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Organize Your Browser Tabs with OneTab, but Back Them Up, Too

I love OneTab, and you should, too. It’s an incredibly easy way to take the nightmare of tabs you’ve been saving in your browser window and condense them all into a single, easy-to-scan web page. I use this extension constantly, and it has helped me turn my overflowing tab problem into a more manageable mess.Read […]

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Chrome 76 Makes Avoiding Paywalls Easier—For Now

Google’s latest version of Chrome is finally out, and version 76 of the browser has plenty of little features to improve your browsing experience: a new install button that appears in your address bar for progressive web apps, a new way to preference a website’s “dark mode” style if that’s how you prefer your browsing…Read […]

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Chrome 76 Makes Avoiding Paywalls Easier—For Now

Google’s latest version of Chrome is finally out, and version 76 of the browser has plenty of little features to improve your browsing experience: a new install button that appears in your address bar for progressive web apps, a new way to preference a website’s “dark mode” style if that’s how you prefer your browsing…Read […]

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How to Get Windows 1.0 From 1985 Without the ‘Stranger Things’ Tie-Ins

Microsoft “re-released” Windows 1.0 this week as part of a partnership with that Stranger Things show I have yet to binge on Netflix. While it’s free for you to download and play with—on Windows, of course—it’s not really Windows 1.0, because it’s full of puzzles and all sorts of other promotional tie-ins that didn’t…Read more… […]

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Fool Advertising Trackers with Mozilla’s ‘Track This’

Nobody likes annoying internet advertisements, that’s for sure. And it’s even creepier when you visit one website, do the web’s equivalent of a little window-shopping, and suddenly find ads for that site plastered over every other site you’re looking at. Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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Update Your Firefox Browser Right Now to Fix a Serious Security Bug

On the heels of the Firefox 67.0 release, Mozilla has rolled out Firefox 67.0.3, which fixes a major security bug. According to the Mozilla Security board, hackers have reportedly been using the bug to take over PCs running unpatched versions of Firefox 67.0. All Firefox users should update to the latest version…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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I Can’t Get Gmail to Load and It’s Driving Me Crazy

When the boss says “I have a problem,” my ears perk up. Lifehacker is fine; we haven’t been blown up by PAM. However, Melissa can’t get her Gmail to load no matter what she tries—an issue that’s been plaguing her for months. It’s a peculiarity that makes me go “hmmmm,” since I never have issues […]

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How to Screenshot Entire Web Pages Without a Chrome Extension

Chrome: Capturing screenshots is easy, whether you’re on Windows (hit the Print Screen button your keyboard) or Mac (Shift-Command-5). And while you can isolate down to just your active window using various keyboard commands or on-screen options, which makes it easier to snapshot whatever you’re doing, that’s still…Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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The Weird Web Experiences to Try When You’re High

While I haven’t gotten high in a long, long time, I certainly recall the silly adventures I had when I did. This was back in college—way, way back in college—when all we had was Super Smash Bros. Melee, lava lamps, and racquetball to entertain ourselves when sampling various (terrible-tasting) edibles. Ah, simpler…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Organize Your Browsing with This Chrome Dashboard Extension

Chrome: The Great Suspender is an extension I recommend to anyone who ever uses Google’s Chrome browser, because it’s an excellent way to keep the browser’s memory use as low as possible. While it’s a delicious meal all on its own, I also recommend pairing The Great Suspender with the Chrome extension Cluster. Read more… […]

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Organize Your Browser’s Bookmarks with Booky.io

Keeping your browser’s many bookmarks organized is a never-ending struggle. Believe me, I understand the pain; no matter how many extensions I install or how many times I swear I’ll never let my overflowing bookmark toolbar get to this state, it always happens. One day, I’ll learn.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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