3 Hidden Google Chrome Features You NEED to Be Using
We love how streamlined the Google Chrome browser is. But it's always fun (and majorly time-saving) when we discover secret features that can improve our daily experience. We've rounded up three of our favorite recently discovered tricks. It's time to add these Chrome hacks to your arsenal!
We can’t count the number of password-reset emails we’ve requested from our dozens of online accounts. Thanks to Google Chrome’s fantastic memory, you can now access all of your passwords from the Settings page. Click “Show advanced settings” then “Manage passwords.” You just need your Windows or Mac user account password to access your bank of stored account data.
Did you know that there are actually four Chrome “channels” available for your use? Each one gets progressively more experimental and less stable as you go, but if you don’t mind a few bugs, you can use these alternate channels to get a sneak peek at new Chrome features before they officially launch.
Whether it’s a YouTube channel, the Daily Mail, or another downtime favorite, we’ve all left tabs open on our computer after a little mental break from the day. But when those tabs randomly burst into startling (and sometimes embarrassing) audio content, it’s very disrupting to us—and everyone sitting near us. Now you can adjust the volume or mute tabs by opening chrome://flags/#enable-tab-audio-muting page in Chrome and clicking “Enable.”
For the full article, "10 Best Google Chrome Features You're Not Already Using," visit The Gadget Website.
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Opening photo: Laura Irion