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Keep Track of the Sites You Visit Each Day With This Browser Extension for Windows 10

Windows: When Microsoft debuted its new “Timeline” feature in the Windows 10 April 2018 update, I was a bit bummed to find that this feature—which you can use to see what you were up to on any given day—isn’t very helpful unless you’re using the Edge browser. Fun as it is to look back at […]

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Stop Netflix Trailers and Bump Up Your To-Be-Continued Content with ‘Netflix Tweaked’

Chrome, Firefox: One of the more annoying aspects of watching Netflix on your laptop or desktop computer is the trailers the service likes to automatically play on your behalf. I have nothing against interesting trailers for movies or TV shows I might care about. And everyone suffers through trailers they’re not…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Make Fake Email Accounts for Website Signups Using the ‘Burner Emails’ Extension

Chrome and Firefox: There are plenty of reasons you might not want to give out your real email address when signing up for a site or service. Maybe you’re really big on privacy; or, more likely, you just hate spam, and figure the fewer places that know your real email address, the better.Read more… Continue […]

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Clean Up URLs Before You Share Them with the ‘Tracking Token Stripper’ Extension

How many times have you gone to share an interesting story (or comic) with a friend—a pretty standard process—only to find that the short URL you thought you were copying and pasting is actually one giant, messy paragraph of text. You can thank all the services and sites that append a ton of extra junk […]

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Organize Your Excessive Browser Tabs with ‘Toby’

I recently stumbled across the extension Toby (Chrome, Firefox), and I’m surprised at how much I love it. So much so that it has replaced the pretty Chrome Delight and Earth View from Google Earth extensions I’ve been using whenever I open a new tab. I’m one-hundred percent Toby now, because it’s one of the […]

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How to Automatically Delete (Some) Cookies in Your Browser

Browser cookies are useful in some instances; unpleasant in others. While they can save you from having to go through a complicated authentication process whenever you’re trying to access your favorite sites, they can also store data on what you’ve done on a particular website—which can then be used to serve you more…Read more… Continue […]

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The ‘Turn Off the Lights’ Extension Can Do Much More Than Darken Your Browser

Chrome/Firefox: If you’ve used a web browser at any point in the past eight years, you’ve surely heard of the extension Turn Off the Lights (Chrome, Firefox). It’s the best way to automatically embiggen your YouTube videos when you start watching and, of course, dim your browser’s background for a prettier view (even…Read more… Continue […]

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