source Mozilla It’s conventional wisdom that Google’s Chrome web browser is often the culprit when your computer slows down. Chrome is often known as a “memory hog,” as it seems to always consume a big chunk of your computer’s RAM. That can often lead to a pretty noticeable performance drop, even on high-end powerhouse PCs. A quick RAM … [Read more...] about Google Chrome’s number-one competitor claims it fixes one of the biggest problems with Chrome — here’s how to see if works for you
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May 13, 2018 - Written By Dominik Bosnjak Google is working on adding an Overview mode and a number of other features to Chrome OS, with the main idea being delivering an improved desktop experience meant to help one’s productivity. The functionality itself is tied to the Chrome OS shelf and works much like it does on the last several iterations of Windows, allowing … [Read more...] about Google Bringing Chrome OS Shelf Overview & More To Chromebooks
Google released Chrome 66 just over two weeks ago. The highlight was that content with sound no longer starts playing unexpectedly until you hit play. Autoplaying content that is muted still plays automatically, but autoplaying content with audio will only start if Chrome has determined that you tend to play content on that site. Google is trying to strike a balance between … [Read more...] about Google says Chrome blocks ‘about half’ of unwanted autoplays
We are the music makers, and we are the dreamers of dreams. At least, we can be with Google’s Chrome Music Lab. Anyone with a song in their heart and an Internet-connected device is invited to try the new Song Maker feature. Simply click the grid, tap the keyboard, plug in a MIDI controller, or sing notes to create, play, and share your own tune. You start with a … [Read more...] about Make Beautiful Music In Your Browser With Chrome ‘Song Maker’
Google's been busy this week. First came the new push to make email interactive. Then the flashy "Google Stories"—a Snapchat-esque package that can live in Google's search results. Most importantly, we're about to get Google's newest version of Chrome, which will block "annoying" ads by default. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below At first glance these projects … [Read more...] about What Is Google Really Up To With Chrome’s New Ad Blocker?