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Lift Your Chrome’s Dull Look With ‘Art Project’ Extension from Google

by Chrome Blog on March 14, 2015

Chrome users browsing the internet frequently might get bored with the plain dull appearance of a new tab page. Fortunately, Google has come out with a new extension, called Google Art Project, capable of putting classical artworks into your browser’s new tab page. Installing this extension lets you see works of art by Degas, Monet, Van Gogh, and other renowned artists around the globe in every new tab page.

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How to Set a Theme on Google Chrome

by Chrome Blog on March 10, 2015

Back in 2012, changing Google’s background wallpaper was discontinued for a smoother experience for the users. With Chrome themes, users can now easily customize the look of their browser’s homepage. Those who are weary with the simple white look offered by Google Chrome can opt to change its background image to make it look more elegant. [click to continue…]

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Google Chrome to Go Clutter-Free with Its New Reader Mode

by Chrome Blog on February 27, 2015

Google is currently developing its latest Reader Mode for desktop and mobile Chrome browsers. With the experimental version available already, the tool allows you to read web pages much easily by removing all the clutters including ads, buttons, boxes, and pictures.

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Tips To Update Your Google Chrome Extensions Manually

by Chrome Blog on February 21, 2015

Most internet users around the globe prefer Google Chrome to other web browsers because not only it updates automatically, but it also allows you to use great extensions that improve upon the functionality of your browser. Just like the Chrome browser, its extensions update themselves without requiring you to restart your browser. [click to continue…]

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Google Chrome to Adopt the HTTP 2.0 Standard

by Chrome Blog on February 13, 2015

After five years from announcing its SPDY protocol, Google has decided to postpone the effort. Instead, Google Chrome is all set to accept the completely new HTTP 2.0 standard in early 2016, making it the successor to the currently used HTTP 1.1 protocol.

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How to Turn off Audio in Google Chrome’s Noisy Tabs

by Chrome Blog on February 5, 2015

Sick and tired of auto-playing ads in your Chrome browser? Here’s how to stop the tabs from playing audio. Perhaps most users are aware that Google Chrome notifies us about the audio playing tabs with an icon. However, these same icons can be used as mute buttons to turn off the audio.

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Improve Your Music Experience On YouTube With Streamus Chrome Extension

by Chrome Blog on January 21, 2015

Late last year, YouTube introduced its Music Key service with little fuss, providing ad-free music on the site for $7.99 per month. Although many music lovers listen to songs on YouTube, it is in no way superior to real music services such as Google Music or Spotify, which offers background listening and allows you to find songs without visiting the site.

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My Chrome Theme: An Excellent App To Customize Google Chrome With Your Own Theme

by Chrome Blog on January 16, 2015

Adding your own themes to Chrome is the best way by which the browser can be customized. The themes used may modify the interface entirely or partially. By using the official themes on web store, you can only alter the background images and colors, but not the icons or any other interface elements in Chrome.

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Thinking Of Disabling The New User Menu For Chrome? Here’s How To Do It

by Chrome Blog on January 14, 2015

An update has recently rolled out for Google Chrome that adds a menu on the upper right-hand side of the application. The menu is used as a profile manager for Google Chrome, allowing the profile to be linked with an Account, consequently powering data synchronization feature in Chrome.

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Google Chrome To Support Apple’s Emojis Very Soon

by Chrome Blog on January 12, 2015

Those who were always vexed by Google Chrome’s inability to display the emojis for OS X will finally be relieved, as it has been reported that support for emojis is arriving very soon on Chrome for Mac OS X. For many years, a bug in the web browser prevented the emojis from being displayed in the right way. The engineers have finally managed to eliminate the bug, which means great news for the users.

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