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Jan 15, 2014
Tip and Trick Editorial

How to Remove and Delete AutoComplete or AutoFill Entries in Chrome

ChromeGoogle Chrome web browser, like most modern web browser, has auto-complete or auto-fill feature which automatically suggests matching entries based on previously entered phrases or strings, and previously visited URLs.

However, once enabled, the auto-complete will always remember the typed entries or previous links, and automatically suggest similar or matching entries based on what’s been typed into the an input field, text area or address bar. Sometimes, the list of previously typed terms also appear automatically in the drop-down list, before anything is typed, when a field or search box is clicked with a mouse or down-arrow key is pressed.
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Jan 15, 2014
Tip and Trick Editorial

How to Use Adobe Reader as Default PDF Viewer in Chrome

Google Chrome web browser includes a built-in Chrome PDF Viewer by default. Chrome PDF Viewer allows most PDF files to be opened automatically and seamlessly without the need to install additional plugin. However, some of the Adobe Acrobat PDF files with advanced features, such as those with the dynamic form submission or interactive content, is not supported by Chrome PDF Viewer.
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Apr 4, 2013
Tip and Trick Editorial

How to Flush & Clear DNS Cache in Google Chrome Browser

Google Chrome web browser or OS has a built-in internal DNS caching mechanism which stores and saves the domain name to IP address resolution information which it had previously resolved. In addition, if you enabled the ‘predict network actions to improve page load performance’ feature, Chrome will also look up IP addresses of all links on the web page in advance, and store the information in the internal DNS cache.
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Nov 7, 2012
TnT Editor

How To Get Your Google Back in Windows 8

After long waiting, Microsoft has finally launched its next version operating system – Windows 8 on October 26th, 2012. Though Microsoft has determined to make Windows 8 mobile-friendly and touch-friendly with complete modern and intuitive user interface, but as the dominant desktop operating system, it strikes out Google and puses its own Bing and Internet Explorer to Windows 8. However, Google has launched a new page site to teach new Windows 8 users how to restore or add Google Search to their devices and to get Chrome.


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