Generally, Browsers are a window into the mystical world of the internet. While there is still plenty of discussions over which web browser is the best, there's certainly something special about the sleek, minimalist package known as Google Chrome.
The reason behind Chrome's popularity is its clean, polished UI and its versatility. Check out the list below for tricks hidden inside Chrome that you really need to be using.
1. Avoid Tracking With Incognito Mode
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Avoid Tracking With Incognito Mode, I'm often surprised how many people don't know about "Incognito mode" (it's a Private Window in Firefox and Private Browsing in Safari). When you go Incognito, your browser doesn't keep track of browsing history, nor will it store any browsing cookies. If you don't want the world to know about the things browsed, be that holiday gift shopping, creeping on exes, or anything.
To start an incognito window in Chrome,
- Tap the three dot icon on the top-right of the browser
- There click on "New incognito window."
2.Search Directly Inside Sites With the Omnibox
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You can directly search through many websites without navigating to them, as long as they're in your list of search engines. This technique is beneficial if you wanted, to go directly to the Wikipedia article without visiting Google.com or Wikipedia's front page.
First, go to
- Search engine
- Manage search engines
There, you'll be able to see your default search engine (the one Chrome uses whenever you type a query into the Omnibox), other sites already available for quick searches, and the choice to add other websites to the list.
This function is not specific to reference or search sites. You can use the Omnibox to search directly through nearly any site—even tal-com.com—as long as it's included in your managed list of search engines. Chrome will directly add these "keyword searches" to any site you visit.
One can also , add "site:" to a query. For example, If you wish to see everything tal-com has written about fitness, fashion, travel, tech news, games and many more so you could type "fashion site:
tal-com.com" into the Omnibox and Google will fetch results from our site.
3. Add Some Color With Themes
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Tired of the default look on Chrome? You can easily download some (mostly free) "themes" from the Chrome store.
- You just need to click over to the Theme section and click to install no need to restart.
- These themes mostly just change the extremity of your browser, unless you go to the default apps page (chrome://apps), in which case it becomes your background, as you can see in the image above.
Try out these existing features of chrome as it's far more than search engine which we are usually unaware of it.