One of the innovative new features of Google Chrome is the Incognito Window. Any browsing done in an incognito window will leave no trace once the window is closed. No cookies, no cache, no download lists, no browsing history. To open an Incognito Window, press Ctrl + Shift + N. Alternatively, click the ‘Control the […]
Archive for September, 2008
Opening a new tab in Chrome is quite a different experience to what happens in Firefox or Internet Explorer. Chrome brings up a useful page with your most commonly visited sites, recently closed tabs, recent bookmarks, and several different search options. Being Australian, I like to use Google’s Australia webpage. It loads faster, and can […]
I’ve used Firefox for a long time. I switched from Internet Explorer as soon as I realised I could, and there was no looking back. Over the years I’ve gotten used to Firefox and it’s features, extensions and limitations. I’ve tried a few other browsers as well. Opera has often been highly praised, and whenever […]
I wish Google Chrome would enable me to have two different Gmail accounts open on two different tabs. I would have thought that it would be possible seeing the tabs on Chrome run independently of each other. But I can’t run simultaneous Gmail or Google accounts yet! Anyone have any ideas on this?
Welcome to I Love Google Chrome! This new blog is where I’ll be updating you with details of my transition from Firefox to Google Chrome. I’ll be posting tips, tricks, bugs, annoyances and pretty much anything else I can think of, about Google’s new browser. Chrome was only released this last week, and so I […]