Monday, June 6, 2016

Chrome Hacks you Need to Know

Chrome is one of the most popular browsers. It has become a favorite with most internet users because of its easy-to-use interface and low resource consumption. However, there is a lot more to Chrome that can give you an even better experience.

Chrome has many features that will make tasks simple and efficient. These features allow you to enjoy a personalized and superior internet experience. 

Here are some Chrome hacks that you need to know:

  • You need not search for a recently received coupon code. Use the special Honey button on Chrome to get the codes and learn about sales when searching online.
  • Get any word or phrase translated in your preferred language using the Language Immersion option. 
  • The Panic button helps you to close all your tabs with just one click. This will save you whenever anyone comes near your laptop or desktop.
  • Get notified when you receive a new mail, even while you are on some other tab with the Google Mail Checker.
  • Use AdBlock extension to block unwanted ads and banners on your screen. You may also select the websites whose ads you want.
  • OneTab lists all of your open tabs. The list helps you to manage them and keep a track.
  • If you get distracted during your work with other sites, use Simple Blocker. Select the duration for which you need to block access to selected domains.
  • Chrome Remote Desktop will let you access other computers from your device. It offers convenience to use office files while working from home.
  • Drag and drop an image to the search bar and you will get results suggesting similar images, and location of the picture, among others.
  • Use Chrome to Mobile and replicate your desktop to your mobile phone.
  • With MightyText, you need not switch between the keyboard and mobile to work and chat simultaneously. 
  • Use Grammarly to ensure whatever you type is grammatically correct.
  • Save time with TLDR that summarizes the entire webpage in a small box.
  • Use Sidenotes to create notes while surfing, without the need to change tabs.
  • Press Spacebar when the internet is down and enjoy the Dino Run game.
  • Create a secured password by typing ‘chrome://flags/#enable-password-generation’ in the URL tab.
  • If some pages on the browser are slow to load, shut it from the task manager.
  • Let Chrome reduce data usage on your mobile by enabling the option in data settings. 

These points have been suggested by Tikona Digital Networks. The Mumbai-based company is known for providing secured wireless broadband connections. Tikona broadband is offered in 25 cities of India. It is known for its high-speed and efficient service. 
To view the full presentation, visit http://www.slideshare.net/TikonaIndia/chrome-hacks-you-can-nail