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February 2018 - November 2019

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Chrome Tutorials Stories November 25, 2019

How to update your Google Chrome autofill settings

One of the perks of using Google Chrome on all of your devices is the ability to sync your autofill data such as your address and credit card number between all of your devices. But what if you move or your card’s expiration date changes? You’re in luck because you can quickly update Chrome’s autofill information. Here’s how…

Chrome Tutorials Stories April 5, 2018

How to quickly type emoji when using Google Chrome

If you’re an emoji lover, you probably know that it can be challenging to use emojis on your computer. While there are keyboard combinations and extensions to launch the system’s emoji picker, the Canary build of the Chrome browser now has a right-click shortcut to make it easier to type emoji right from your computer…

Chrome Tutorials Stories March 29, 2018

How to delete your Google Chrome browser history on Android and desktop

Whether you visited a website by accident or just don’t want your browser history saved, you can quickly delete it right from your Android phone or on your desktop computer. Here’s how to remove your Chrome browser history…

Chrome Tutorials Stories February 16, 2018

How to get the Google Images ‘view image’ button back in Chrome

Google recently removed the convenient ‘view image’ button in Images, but thankfully there’s a Chrome extension that brings it back. Here’s how it all works…

Chrome Tutorials Stories February 15, 2018

How to automatically disable autoplaying videos on Google Chrome

Have you ever been scrolling down a website and randomly had a video start playing in the background? On top of being annoying, these typically consume more data and battery. Thankfully, there are ways to automatically stop these videos from playing in Google Chrome. Here’s how…

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