The Chrome internet browser is tops in popularity. It’s the browser of choice for roughly 50 percent of internet users worldwide! You can download it here.
Given it’s popularity I thought I’d share my 3 favorite Chrome browser tips.
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- Quickly find a keyword on the page. Rather than visually scan a website looking for your keyword have the Chrome browser data toolsearch for you. Click the hamburger button again and then click find. This brings up an entry box that you can input your key word.
- Go incognito. By doing this you won’t leave a trace of your browser history, search history, or cookies. Some may think by using this feature that you’re up to no good online but there are some valid reasons to use it. One would be online shopping on a family computer. Ever done an Amazon search for a product only to have an ad for the item show up in Facebook later? Not cool if the person you’re shopping for uses the same computer later.
Those are my 3 favorite Chrome browser tips. What’s your favorite Chrome tip?