Disable Page Prefetch Feature in Google Chrome

Disable Page Prefetch Feature in Google Chrome

Also known as “prerendering“, the Prefetch feature in Google Chrome will cache pages that are linked on the web page you are currently on. This allows the page to load a bit faster when accessing it. The Prefetch feature in Google Chrome takes up resources by caching pages you may never go to. When you … Read more

How to Delete Saved Passwords From Chrome

How to Delete Saved Passwords From Chrome

How do you delete the passwords your browser has already saved? Here’s how it’s done. Web browsers are an invaluable source of user data, which can be exploited by third parties if not properly protected. If you want to keep thieves away from your private information, it’s crucial to use strong and unique passwords for … Read more

How to Enable The “Do Not Track” in Chrome Browser

How to Enable The “Do Not Track” in Chrome Browser

If you would prefer to disable the collection of anonymous analytics data then please following the instructions below to enable the “Do Not Track” setting in your web browser. The growth of the internet has been a boon for both consumers and advertisers. Showing personalized advertisements is one of the biggest revenue driving factors for … Read more

How To Disable Chrome Incognito Mode

How To Disable Chrome Incognito Mode

You can disable the Chrome Incognito Mode. All browsers have a private browsing mode that allows users to browse the internet without creating a record of their online activity on the device they’re using. It allows you to keep your caches, cookies, data, and more importantly your browsing history private when using a public computer … Read more

Display the https and www Url’s in Chrome Address Bar

Display the https and www Url’s in Chrome Address Bar

Display Https and www in Website Url’s in Google Chrome Address Bar. When you open a website in Google Chrome web browser and you type full URL of the website containing “https” and “www” phrases, Google Chrome automatically removes the phrases and just shows website domain name only. For example, when a user visited https://www.ceofix.net, … Read more

Completely Disable printing in Chrome,Firefox and EDGE

Completely Disable printing in Chrome,Firefox and EDGE

Printing web pages can come in handy when conducting research or studying for exams. You can print out articles, web pages, or study guides to read them at your leisure or take them on the go. Printing web pages also helps to reduce eye strain as reading off of a computer screen. It is reasonably … Read more

Disable Chrome Auto Update in Windows

Disable Chrome Auto Update in Windows

How to Stop Automatic Google Chrome Updates on Windows Google Chrome always automatically updates to the latest version by default. The auto-update is pretty awesome as it makes sure that the browser is up to date in terms of bug fixes, security patches, and new features. But sometimes these new versions are not very stable … Read more

How to Reopen Closed Tabs in Google Chrome

How to Reopen Closed Tabs in Google Chrome

Google has removed the most useful “tabs”, option in Chrome. So, Where is Reopen closed tabs in Chrome? The context-menu options that were removed are ‘New tab‘, ‘Close other tabs‘, ‘Reopen closed tab‘, and ‘Bookmark all tabs‘ context-menu options. Here’s you need to know. Google has removed some of the right-click menu options in hopes … Read more

Reset The Chrome Browser To Its Factory Defaults

Reset The Chrome Browser To Its Factory Defaults

Chrome is running slow and you have adware or pop-up ads problems? Sometimes, unbeknownst to us, adware, malware, and unwanted extensions change settings and make it nearly impossible to change them back. Web browsers now include ‘reset’ buttons to swiftly get rid of browser-hijacking adware. By resetting Google Chrome settings users can roll back unwanted … Read more