Edge for macOS has arrived. For those eager for a Chromium-based browsing experience that isn’t tied to Google, here’s how to get up and running with Edge for macOS.
Recent versions of Chrome have removed the Home Button from the default layout. But while a Home Button may not be as important as it once was, some users prefer to have one. Here’s how to turn it back on, as well as configure it to load your desired page.
If you’ve still got Adobe Flash Player installed on your Mac, you should consider uninstalling it. The plug-in is well known to be problematic in a variety of ways, both security-wise and in terms of stability. We’ve got the breakdown on just how you can rid your Mac of this troublesome program!
While Apple has added picture-in-picture support directly into its operating system, Chrome’s picture-in-picture capabilities are part of the browser itself, which means that it works on Windows, too. So if you’d like to easily watch your favorite web videos while focusing on other work in the foreground, here’s how to use Chrome picture-in-picture in Windows.
Are you seeing a message to ‘Hold Command-Q to Quit’ when trying to quit Chrome for macOS? A new update to the browser enabled this safety feature that aims to prevent users from accidentally quitting the browser and losing their open tabs and web apps. But if you find it more annoying than helpful, here’s how to turn it off.
Starting in Chrome 69, Google quietly introduced an “auto sign-in” feature that would automatically sign you into Chrome when you signed into a Google website. Here’s how to turn that off so you can sign into Google websites without signing into the browser.
Safari is a popular and capable web browser, but it is strangely lacking one important feature: the ability to sort bookmarks. Thankfully, a third party utility provides a nice solution. Here’s how to automatically sort bookmarks in Safari with SafariSort.
Lots of websites contain great information, but they’re not laid out with printing or sharing via PDF in mind. Extra stuff like sidebars, ads, and video players make printing most websites a mess. But you can use Safari’s Reader View to print a clean copy with just the information you want included.
Safari 12, included with macOS Mojave and iOS 12 (and available as an update for older versions of macOS) adds support for favicons. Here’s how to enable them.
If you’re unfamiliar with Google’s reverse image search, then you have to learn about this valuable tool. The feature will let you look for similar photos online, so if you need to find out where a picture was taken, for example, this may just help you do so.