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5 Extensions to Make the Most of Chrome’s Omnibox

If you use Google Chrome, you may have noticed that the “address bar” can be used for more than simply typing in websites. In fact, we’ve talked about some of the built-in tools this address bar has within it. This is because Chrome’s address bar isn’t just an address bar; it’s a multipurpose tool that you can use to improve productivity. Show More Summary

Citrix ready to bring Google Chrome to Windows 10 S users

Windows 10 S is expected to offer a safer and more stable computing experience to Windows users, at the expense of access to powerful and popular applications such as Google’s Chrome browser. Now, at the recent Citrix Synergy event held in Orlando, Fla, the company has announced a new Citrix Receiver app for Windows which […]

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Setleaf “Virus” Removal (Chrome/FF/IE)

Welcome to our Setleaf “Virus” removal guide. The following instructions will aid you in removing the unwanted software from your PC. There have been a lot of recent complaints about a potentially unwanted program known as Setleaf “Virus”...Show More Summary

Cupduck “Virus” Removal (Chrome/FF/IE)

Welcome to our Cupduck “Virus” removal guide. The following instructions will aid you in removing the unwanted software from your PC. If you open your Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome or Internet Explorer browser and intrusive ads, banners...Show More Summary

Remove Hippig “Virus” (Chrome/FF/IE)

Welcome to our Hippig “Virus” removal guide. The following instructions will aid you in removing the unwanted software from your PC. It is, in all certainty, quite unpleasant to find out that your Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, IE or EdgeShow More Summary

Close annoying website overlays in Chrome and Firefox

BehindTheOverlay is a browser extension for Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox web browsers to close annoying website overlays. HTML5 Overlays are the new popups, they have been for quite some time now. They are used on a lot of sites to throw newsletter signup forms or special offers on the screen. Show More Summary

Build Your Next Traktor MIDI Controller In Google Chrome

Want to make your own custom MIDI controller for DJing, production, or visuals, but don't have the money or time to make a DIY controller? In this article, we spotlight a project that DJTT friends Traxus Interactive have been working...Show More Summary

Peletle.com “Virus” Removal (Chrome/FF/IE)

Welcome to our Peletle.com “Virus” removal guide. The following instructions will aid you in removing the unwanted software from your PC. What is causing your Chrome, Firefox or Explorer to broadcast an endless flow of ads, pop-ups and...Show More Summary

2017 Shelby F-150 Super Snake

Shelby’s latest truck starts out as a Ford F-150, but is made oh-so-special with the addition of a 5.0-liter supercharged V8, packing 750 horsepower, plus sporty ground effects, 22? chrome wheels, and of course, racing stripes, because they make everything faster.

? Safari vs. Chrome on the Mac

As someone who’s been a Mac user long enough to remember when there were no good web browsers for the Mac, having both Safari and Chrome feels downright bountiful, and the competition is making both of them better.

Chrome Home: Google tests major browser change on Android

Chrome Home is an experimental feature of Chrome for Android that makes major changes to the mobile browser when enabled. Chrome has the reputation of being a very stable browser, one that is kept more or less like it is in regards to the user interface and functionality. Show More Summary

2018 GMC Yukon Denali gets a sculpted new grille

Chrome. Lots and lots of chrome. Continue reading 2018 GMC Yukon Denali gets a sculpted new grille 2018 GMC Yukon Denali gets a sculpted new grille originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 24 May 2017 09:00:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments

Google is making it easier to deploy Chrome browser in the enterprise

Today, Google announced new tools to make it easier for IT admins to deploy and manage Chrome within their organization. Google is calling it the new Chrome enterprise bundle and it will include multiple tools in a single download that IT admins need for a simple, managed Chrome deployment. It contains the latest version of […]

Google rolls out enterprise bundle for Chrome, Citrix support

Chrome adoption in the enterprise has already doubled in the past two years, Google says, but now it's easier for IT admins to deploy and manage the browser.

Chrome browser in enterprise: new admin bundle and Citrix support

Thanks to its speed, security and simplicity, Chrome has become the most popular browser for using the web. But it’s not just for personal use. With more than 200 browser management policies, industry-leading security and regularly scheduled updates, Chrome is also built for enterprises. Show More Summary

Google launches the Chrome Enterprise Bundle for IT admins

Google is making it easier for IT admins to deploy and manage its Chrome browser in their businesses. The new Chrome Enterprise Bundle for gives admins a single installer for the Chrome browser, the Chrome Legacy Browser Support extension for running the occasional ActiveX widget, and a number of administrative policy templates. Show More Summary

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TensorFlow Cookbook, Welcoming Newcomers, Patent Win, and Face Classification TensorFlow Cookbook Code -- code from Nick McClure's TensorFlow Machine Learning Cookbook. How I Welcome Newcomers (Dan Meyer) -- he has a Chrome extension to highlight newbie tweeters in math chats, so he can give them a warm welcome. Show More Summary

Eric Koston Chrome Ball Interview

 Chops and Koston sit down to talk 101, energy drink sponsors, H-Street, Girl, Numbers Brand, and more in the latest Chrome Ball Incident Interview.

Upload Files Directly From Chrome's Download Bar By Dragging And Dropping

We've gotten so used to drag-and-drop working everywhere that when an app refuses to accept an image or document that's clinging desperately to your cursor, it comes as a surprise. The "drag" part of the operation is usually more restricted, except in the case of Google Chrome, where even the download bar is getting in on the action. More »      

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