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How to Create a Bookmark That Jumps to Specific Text on a Website

Chrome: I always appreciate a good anchor link—that thing you can click on that zips you off to another portion of the very web page you’re viewing. However, Google is now one-upping this classic navigational element with a new extension that lets you create hyperlinks to specific text within a website.Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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How to Beef Up Your Browser’s Spellchecker

Chromium-based Windows web browsers are getting a brand-new spellchecker thanks to a recent collaboration between Google and Microsoft. Windows Spellcheck, rather than Hunspell, will now help you fix your various typos and blatant misspellings (especially with URLs and acronyms), but you might need to first enable the…Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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How to Get Early Access to Google Chrome’s New Safety and Design Updates

Google announced a number of new features, tweaks, and additions to Chrome yesterday. In typical Google fashion, some are available for you to play with right now and some you’ll have to wait on. We’ve done the grunt work, and put together a comprehensive guide to unlocking every feature Google talked about yesterday…Read more… Continue […]

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How to Enable Group Tabs on Chrome Right Now

I’ve seen a number of reports lately that Google is rolling out a new “group tabs” feature in Chrome designed to help you organize your unruly number of open tabs into more manageable, color-coordinated chunks. Well, duh. You’ve been able to do this for months; you just didn’t know it.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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How to Enable Group Tabs on Chrome Right Now

I’ve seen a number of reports lately that Google is rolling out a new “group tabs” feature in Chrome designed to help you organize your unruly number of open tabs into more manageable, color-coordinated chunks. Well, duh. You’ve been able to do this for months; you just didn’t know it.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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How to Enable Group Tabs on Chrome Right Now

I’ve seen a number of reports lately that Google is rolling out a new “group tabs” feature in Chrome designed to help you organize your unruly number of open tabs into more manageable, color-coordinated chunks. Well, duh. You’ve been able to do this for months; you just didn’t know it.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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How Can I Restore Closed Tabs After Accidentally Quitting Chrome?

You know what we’re talking about: That sinking feeling you get when you realize the desktop version of Chrome has quit or crashed with 42 open tabs. And when you attempt to use the “Restore” option, you receive…nothing. Goodbye, work; hello internal screaming.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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These Chrome Extensions Will Declutter Your Overflowing Gmail Inbox

The deluge of emails never ends. Even with ample quarantine time, tidying up your Gmail account and reaching inbox zero feels like a far-fetched fantasy, but it doesn’t need to be one: There are a number of excellent (and mostly free!) third-party browser extensions that will help you sift through that…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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