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How to delete cookies in Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Internet Explorer

How to delete cookies in Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Internet Explorer Google Chrome users can easily delete cookies, browsing data, and specify what sort of files Chrome should accept or block.” You may also simply type “chrome://chrome/settings/content” into your address bar and Chrome will take you to your intended destination.

A Chrome OS version of Lenovo’s Yoga Book might not be on the way after all

A Chrome OS version of Lenovo’s Yoga Book might not be on the way after all Toward the end of 2016, Lenovo indicated that a Chrome OS version could make its way to the market at some point.Now, however, it appears that a Chromebook version of the Yoga Book might not become available after all, as Liliputing reports.

So now hackers can use your phone's sensors to steal your PIN number

So now hackers can use your phone's sensors to steal your PIN number What if the very act of tapping your smartphone's passcode was all it took to expose that code to hackers?Modern smartphones come equipped with tons of sensors: cameras, microphones, GPS, accelerometers, gyroscopes, etc.

New Chrome for Android update cuts down on those pesky page jumps

New Chrome for Android update cuts down on those pesky page jumps Everyone hates page jumps.More: Chrome 57 restricts CPU usage of background tabs to one percent Enter one of the least-hyped but potentially most important updates Google has ever brought to Chrome on Android: Scroll anchoring.

Google adds WebVR support to Cardboard and Chrome, and debuts WebVR Experiments

Google adds WebVR support to Cardboard and Chrome, and debuts WebVR Experiments Virtual reality is, generally speaking, an expensive proposition — at least it is if you want the best VR experience.There are less expensive options, however, including Google’s Cardboard that lets you experience more limited VR using just an Android smartphone.

Future Firefox versions may slim down, use less memory thanks to new 'Performance' option

Future Firefox versions may slim down, use less memory thanks to new 'Performance' option Now the organization apparently has a new plan to create a browser with more fine-grained controls to reduce how much load it places on a system.There would be an option to turn off all add-ons and restart the browser without having to manually start Safe Mode.

New version of Google Earth goes live with guided tours and 3D maps

New version of Google Earth goes live with guided tours and 3D maps Now, the product is getting its first major update since 2012 with staggeringly cool 3D maps, guided tours, and a whole lot more.For Android users, there’s also a new version of the Earth app rolling out.

Goodbye, copy/paste? Google is testing a ‘Copyless Paste’ in Chrome for Android

Goodbye, copy/paste? Google is testing a ‘Copyless Paste’ in Chrome for Android The humble copy/paste is a staple of modern technology (and essay-writing), but Google could be looking to cut out 50 percent of those steps.The company is testing a so-called “Copyless Paste” on Android, which allows users to paste text without having to copy it first.

Streaming video from Chrome to Chromecast is about to get a lot better

Streaming video from Chrome to Chromecast is about to get a lot better On Wednesday, Google’s Francois Beaufort drew attention to a cast-related Chrome feature that vastly improves Chromecast tab stability.You can test the improved tab casting now, if you aren’t afraid of a little elbow grease.

In the 2017 Harley-Davidson Road King Special, black is the new chrome

In the 2017 Harley-Davidson Road King Special, black is the new chrome And that’s a big deal with the 2017 Harley-Davidson Road King Special.And trim color isn’t the only thing that’s new with Harley’s Road King Special bagger.

15 Common Problems with Chromebooks, and how to fix them

15 Common Problems with Chromebooks, and how to fix them Having problems on your Chromebook, Chromecast, or other Chrome OS device?We’ve got all the major problems that Chrome users have come across, and the solutions that make them go away.

The best Chrome experiments to show off your browsing power

The best Chrome experiments to show off your browsing power Back in 2009, Google began what it called “Chrome Experiments,” where software developers could experiment using all the available Chrome browser tools to develop games, apps, and generally unique, interactive experiences that were like nothing else online.Whether you want to pass the time, employ your thinking muscles, or amaze your eyes, these Chrome Experiments have something for you.

Is your Chromebook ill? A simple reset can fix its woes

Is your Chromebook ill? A simple reset can fix its woes If you’re ready, click Reset.Your Chromebook (and any Chrome desktop browsers connected to your Google account) will be reset to the default settings.

Fake Chrome extensions inject de into web pages

Fake Chrome extensions inject de into web pages This is a trojan that redirects the user’s browser to a specific URL, which contains another kind of malicious content.This new redirection points to a download of an extension from the Chrome web store.

No Internet? No Problem! How to use Chrome OS offline

No Internet? No Problem! How to use Chrome OS offline By far the easiest way is to use the Gmail Offline option available in the Chrome Web Store.First, make sure that Google Drive is fully updated — this isn’t usually a problem on Chromebooks, but double checking never hurts.

iTunes Is Coming to the Windows 10 Store, Non-Edge Browsers Still Not Happening

iTunes Is Coming to the Windows 10 Store, Non-Edge Browsers Still Not Happening Bringing iTunes to the Windows Store is a significant feat for Microsoft, even if the actual need for the software isn’t what it once was.I think Windows 10 S, which restricts users to apps that they can download from the Windows Store, has a valid role to play, particularly given how Google has turned Chromebooks into educational devices.

Firefox 54 Finally Supports Multithreading, May Beat Chrome on RAM Usage

Firefox 54 Finally Supports Multithreading, May Beat Chrome on RAM Usage The new Firefox 54 is capable of using multiple threads simultaneously — a major step forward for the browser.With the release of Firefox 54, Mozilla has completed its transition to a multithreaded uarch.

Chrome Beats Edge in New Battery Life Tests

Chrome Beats Edge in New Battery Life Tests Linus Tech Tips recently took four identical machines from Dell and put them through a battery of independent browser tests to see how Microsoft Edge would hold up against Opera, Chrome, and Firefox.Even so, averaged across all the systems, Edge has worse battery life than Chrome or Opera.