Google's Chrome is one of the most popular browsers on the web. In fact, depending on who you ask, Chrome may be the Internet's go-to browser, surpassing even Microsoft's Internet Explorer. So what sets Chrome apart from the likes of IE and Firefox?
Well, besides a massive advertising push that started during the Super Bowl back in February, Chrome offers a host of built-in features that, while barely acknowledged by Google, can drastically alter your user experience for the better. From accessing your Gmail account without a web connection to syncing your bookmarks, settings and open tabs across all of your devices, Chrome has a lot to offer. So read on to learn how to use Chrome like a pro with our 11 power tips.
- How to Create Desktop Shortcuts for Web Pages Using Chrome
- How to Change Your Default Search Engine in Chrome’s Omnibox
- How to Open Multiple Tabs on Start Up with Chrome
- How to Shrink Tabs in Chrome With the Pin Tab Feature
- How to Enable Offline Gmail in Chrome
- How to View Your Google Docs Without a Web Connection
- How to Sync Google Chrome Across All of your Devices
- How to Manage Your Passwords in Chrome
- How to Use Chrome's Built-In Task Manager
- How to Use Incognito Windows in Chrome
- How to Save Your Bookmarks as Favicons in Chrome
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