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How To Animate GIFs In Your Google Search Results

Are you the type of person who Googles for GIFs? Then you’re going to love this new Chrome Extension.

It Doesn't Take A Lot To Crash Chrome: Only 16 Characters

Briefly: It doesn’t take a lot to crash Chrome: Only sixteen characters. Just type http://a/%%30%30 into a Chrome 45 or older address bar, hit enter or hover your cursor over the link to crash your browser. Or, you know, don’t. But you’ve officially been warned.

Turn On 'OK Google' In Chrome OS To Start Talking To Your Chromebook

In recent weeks you might’ve heard all about Cortana’s integration with Windows 10, enabling you to run web searches, check your diary and toggle system settings by chatting to your computer. A similar kind of functionality is available on Chrome OS, with more comprehensive features on the way.

How To Stop Videos From Auto-Playing In Your Browser

Whether it’s a music clip on YouTube, a Flash ad on a news site or the latest viral sensation on Facebook, most videos you come across on today’s web want to get going without any input from you — and that can cause problems with bandwidth as well as audio output you weren’t expecting. Here’s how to tackle the issue in your browser of choice.

Turn Refugees Into Humans With The 'Rehumanise' Extension For Google Chrome

Chrome extensions can change your life. You can Stop Tony Meow. You can actually enjoy cloud computing. Now, you can stop governments and commentators dehumanising and delegitimising the plight of asylum seekers.

Side-By-Side Video Shows Chrome's New Memory Improvements

New features are great, but there’s something to be said when a piece of software you use every day gets a few optimisations and performance tweaks. Such is the case with the latest version of Google Chrome, which supposedly does a better job of handling its memory usage. If you want to see exactly how better, this side-by-side video should help.

Google Chrome Just Got A Lot Faster

After months — if not years — of bellyaching over slow speeds and shaky stability, Google finally announced an array of improvements to Chrome that could improve the lives of millions. The company says the browser will now offer users “a faster and more efficient web“. Well, Google certainly couldn’t make it slower or less efficient.

In Just A Few Days, Chrome Will Effectively Kill Flash Ads

With the steady adoption of newer web technologies by browser vendors, Adobe Flash is inching ever closer to its electronic demise. Come 1 September, Google will be giving it a little push, when Chrome will start pausing Flash-based advertisements by default.

Flash Takes One Step Closer To Complete Annihilation On September 1

The death of Flash has been slow and agonising, but the Chrome team taking another shot at the woozy fighter. Following up on a promise made in June to phase out Flash ads in Chrome, the world’s favourite browser will be pulling the plug on all Flash elements “not central” to the web page.

Watch The World Switch From Internet Explorer To Chrome

Somewhere deep in the cobweb-filled recesses of your brain, you might remember a time when checking your email meant booting up Internet Explorer. But as this infographic shows, it wasn’t long ago that the world was filled with Internet Explorers. Then, a couple years back, nearly every country switched to Chrome.

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