Browse Faster with HTTP3 Protocol in Chrome

The QUIC protocol (HTTP/3), designed by Google, is a faster way for web browsers and web servers to communicate and send information between one another. While QUIC is already enabled in Opera and Chrome Canary, with this hidden flag, you can start using it in the stable channel immediately before release. Of course, this will only speed up browsing if you’re accessing a website hosted on a QUIC-enabled server.

To take advantage of HTTP/3 now, copy-paste the following link into the Omnibox, press the Enter key, and enable the flag:

chrome://flags/#enable-quic
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Enable Chrome’s New Dark Mode on Android

As most of my friends know I love dark themes and more of dark mode everywhere digital as well as in a real environment. Dark mode usually helps reduce strain on eyes as well also extend battery life on OLED screens. So Now you can enable this in Chrome latest version. Its a hack as of now to enable it to follow these steps:

  1. Open Chrome, type “chrome://flags” into the URL bar. This will take you to Chrome’s flag settings.
  2. In search bar then search for “Android Chrome UI dark mode,” which should jump you straight to the correct flag setting.
  3. Tap the flag’s drop-down box and change the setting from “default” to “enabled,” then restart Chrome.
  4. When the app is open again, tap the Menu button, then go to Settings>Dark Mode. 

Once you have made this changes Dark Mode will be enabled and you can enjoy it 🙂

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Chrome: Experience a beautiful image from Google Earth every time you open a new tab.

Earth View displays a beautiful Satellite image from Google Earth every time you open a new tab.

Enjoy 500 new views from Google Earth’s satellite imagery. See the images from the last 10 tabs you’ve opened. Grab any image as wallpaper for your desktop or mobile. Share your favorite image with your favorite people.Explore all 1500 images in our new web gallery: https://g.co/ev

Check out extension by clicking here

Note: To ensure best performance, please disable any other photo tab Chrome extensions by going to Settings > Extensions in your browser.

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Chrome now supports Picture-in-picture (PIP) video playback

If you are using Windows or Mac, you can enable PIP by right-clicking a video and clicking “Picture in Picture Mode.” You can click and drag the corners or sides of the PIP window to resize it. The player will remain on top of any Chrome windows you have open, and the tab where the video originates will have a blue asterisk icon prominently displayed to the left of the tab’s title, which makes it easy to find.

Note: If you’re watching on YouTube, you’ll need to double-right-click for this option to be visible.

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Batch delete posts in Facebook timeline.

Social Book Post Manager helps you to delete your posts through the activity log, which include posts by you, and by other persons/apps. You may specify “Year”, “Month”, “Text Contains”, and “Text Not Contains” filters for posts to delete. Plus the activity log filters provided by Facebook, you have full control of which posts to delete, and which posts to keep. Recent new features:

1) Text filters support AND/OR conditions.
2) Prescan the activity log. You can then select exactly which individual entries that you want to delete/hide/unhide/unlike/change privacy settings.
3) Hide/unhide timeline items.
4) Unlike items.

ALL the features are FREE for you to use, and totally UNLIMITED. It works in Chrome browser you can install the extension by clicking here.

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Is your Mac slowing down or battery life is been reduced?

If you are facing slow down or battery life reduced more then 50% then what you were getting. You might be infected by Malicious cryptomining. Malicious cryptomining is when someone else is using your computer to mine cryptocurrency like Bitcoin. This program utilizes full CPU power which leads to poor performance, PC keeping hot and draining battery life. Often using the Mac  Activity Monitor is enough to identify the culprit. Check out which program is taking most CPU power sometimes the name of programs will be mshelper (this is the most active malicious cryptomining).

Don’t visit sites which you are not sure of, as most of the time infection happens by browsing fishy sites like torrent search engines. So if you found one, killing the process will not help as it might get alive again. Follow this steps to remove mshelper from your Mac:

1. Kill mshelper process:

2. Delete following files from your Mac:
Library > LaunchDeamons > com.pplauncher.plist (file)
Library > Application Support > pplauncer (folder)
private > tmp > mshelper (folder)

3. Restart your Mac.

If you are using google chrome add No Coin extension which will block coin miners using your computer resources without your consent. You can install by clicking on this link: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/no-coin-block-miners-on-t/gojamcfopckidlocpkbelmpjcgmbgjcl/related?hl=en
for Firefox you and use following addons https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/no-coin/?src=search

So keep your Mac safe from Malicious cryptomining. If you have any question do post it in comments and we will get back to you.

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Is your PC slowing down or battery life is been reduced?

If you are facing slow down or battery life reduced more then 50% then what you were getting. You might be infected by Malicious cryptomining. Malicious cryptomining is when someone else is using your computer to mine cryptocurrency like Bitcoin. This program utilizes full CPU power which leads to poor performance, PC keeping hot and draining battery life. Often using the Windows Task manager is enough to identify the culprit. Check out which program is taking most CPU power sometimes the name of programs might seem to be legit.

So if you found one, killing the process will not help as it might get alive again. Better to install latest Anti Virus solution. Also, don’t visit sites which you are not sure of, as most of the time infection happens by browsing fishy sites like torrent search engines.

If you are using google chrome add No Coin extension which will block coin miners using your computer resources without your consent. You can install by clicking on this link: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/no-coin-block-miners-on-t/gojamcfopckidlocpkbelmpjcgmbgjcl/related?hl=en
for Firefox you and use following addons https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/no-coin/?src=search

So keep your PC safe from Malicious cryptomining. If you have any question do post it in comments and we will get back to you.

 

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Grayscale the Web Chrome extension

Removes all color from websites, turning them gray. Can be set for specific sites and tabs, or for all sites.

Can’t stop surfing the web? You may not realize it, but all of that color is designed to hijack your brain and keep you browsing.

Grayscale the Web is a great solution to help with this. It removes all of the colors, giving sites a plain, grayed outlook. They will appear much more boring, and that’s the whole point. You’ll soon find that time-wasting sites hold your attention less, and this will hopefully help you focus on whatever it is you really need to be doing.

Grayscale the Web lets you turn on grayscale for all sites, specific tabs, or whatever sites you choose. You can also exclude specific sites from turning gray when using all sites or specific tab settings.

Click the Grayscale the Web icon in your chrome menu bar to use the pop-up menu to change settings, or click the ‘Manage Saved/Excluded Sites’ link there to go to the options page to manually manage and add or remove sites.

You can install the extension from here.

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Visit new places from your browser itself.

Wouldn’t it be cool to visit new places everytime you open chrome or firefox. The extension pulls up a new image of a curated location from Google Earth to fill the background of any new browser tabs you open. If you want to learn a little more about the location you’re looking at, you can tap on the little globe icon in the lower-right corner of your window to be taken directly to the image’s location in Google Earth.
Try out today Earth View from Google Earth (Chrome, Firefox)

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Is your Chrome slowing down?

Chrome has become one of the most used browsers in current times. It has many features which make us stick to it and it has become irreplaceable. One of the major complaints about Chrome is that it is using lots of RAM or its slowing not just the browser but also the computer down.

You can check what is slowing down your Chrome. Just open Task Manager by selecting Option > More Tools > Task Manager.

In Task Manager you will able to see which tabs or extension is using how much RAM or CPU processing. You can either close this tabs or uninstall this extension if they are not behaving properly.

Try this out and make your Chrome as fast as it was before.

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