How to Reset Chrome Browser to Default Settings on Mac, Windows, Linux

How to Reset Chrome Browser to Default Settings on Mac, Windows, Linux

Need to reset the Chrome browser to default settings? If Chrome is acting up and you want to troubleshoot the browser, or you just want to start fresh, you can easily reset Chrome settings to the original defaults. The process of resetting Chrome web browser is the same on Mac, Windows, and Linux. Important: Resetting…

How to Reverse Image Search with Google Chrome the Easy Way

How to Reverse Image Search with Google Chrome the Easy Way

Reverse Image Search allows you to search the web for matches based upon a picture or photo. For example if you have a specific picture of a thing or person, you can use Reverse Image Search to search the web for other instances of that exact picture, or pictures like it. Reverse image search has…

How to Log Off Another Users ssh Connection by Command Line in Mac OS or Linux

How to Log Off Another Users ssh Connection by Command Line in Mac OS or Linux

Using SSH, or Secure Shell, is a very common way to establish remote connections to Mac and Linux machines from the command line. If you’re a systems administrator, or if you have SSH enabled on a Mac for another reason, you may eventually need to log off another users ssh connection. There are several ways…

How to Delete a Virtual Machine from VirtualBox

How to Delete a Virtual Machine from VirtualBox

Finished with a virtual machine and you want to delete it from VirtualBox? Maybe you setup a VM you no longer need, or cloned an OS VM and want to remove it, or perhaps you’re simply aiming to free up disk space by removing virtual machines from VirtualBox, whatever the reason it’s a simple process…

How to Test ParrotSec Linux on a Mac with Parallels Desktop Lite

How to Test ParrotSec Linux on a Mac with Parallels Desktop Lite

Advanced Mac users who are interested in the world of Information Security (InfoSec) can easily test out ParrotSec Linux in live boot mode by using a virtual machine. In this particular walkthrough, we’ll show you how to quickly get ParrotSec running in live mode within the free Parallels Desktop Lite app, but if you want…

How to Change IP Address & GeoLocation for Web Browsing with Epic

How to Change IP Address & GeoLocation for Web Browsing with Epic

Ever wanted to change your IP address or geolocation when using the web? Whether for privacy reasons, or to access certain regions web content, with Epic Browser, you can easily do either. While the privacy use-case is fairly obvious (maybe you just want to be a bit of anonymity while you browse the web), the…

How to Disable Chrome Automatic Sign-In to Google Services

How to Disable Chrome Automatic Sign-In to Google Services

The latest versions of Google Chrome have a feature called Chrome sign-in that causes the Chrome web browser to login to itself when you login to another Google web service like Gmail or YouTube. In practice this means you’ll have your Google profile picture tucked into the upper right corner of every Chrome window which…

How to Show Full URL & Subdomains in Google Chrome 69

How to Show Full URL & Subdomains in Google Chrome 69

The latest versions of Google Chrome web browser default to not showing the full URL of a website, stripping away any subdomains, including the “www” subdomain prefix, and URL schemes, which are labeled as ‘trivial’ by Chrome. This is controversial given that many websites use subdomains and “www” to host completely different websites, but nonetheless…

How to Disable Google Chrome UI Theme Redesign and Return to Classic UI

How to Disable Google Chrome UI Theme Redesign and Return to Classic UI

If you have updated Google Chrome web browser recently you likely noticed there is a new themed visual overhaul called Material Design that comes along for the ride. The new themed Chrome appears to come as the default in Chrome version 69 or later. While some users may be pleased with the new theme look…

How to Find Windows Product Key via Command in Windows or Linux

How to Find Windows Product Key via Command in Windows or Linux

Have you ever needed to find a Windows product key? Maybe you’re troubleshooting a Windows PC, planning on re-installing Windows 10 in a virtual machine, installing on a PC, or installing into Boot Camp on a Mac, or maybe you have a PC computer running Windows that needs the Windows product key for some reason…