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How to Reopen Closed Tabs in Chrome on iPhone, iPad, Mac

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Do you use Google Chrome to browse the web on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac instead of Safari? If so, you’ll likely be interested in knowing how you can reopen closed tabs within Chrome.

Chrome is the most popular web browser among Internet users, so whether you’re on an iPhone, iPad, Mac, Windows, Linux, Android, or Chromebook device, you may be using it actively or at least familiar with it. Regardless of what browser you use, people tend to close tabs accidentally with some regularity, which can be frustrating if you lose the web pages they opened on their…

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How to Import Saved Passwords from Safari to Chrome

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Planning to switch to Google Chrome as your preferred web browser on your Mac? If so, you’ll be relieved to know that importing your saved passwords from Safari to Chrome is a lot easier than you think.

Safari is the default web browser on macOS devices, similar to how Microsoft Edge is on Windows. Most people hesitate to switch to a different browser, just because they’re worried about losing all their browsing data. However, that’s not an issue at all anymore considering most web browsers today allow you to import bookmarks, saved passwords, autofill…

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How to Use Google Meet on Mac for Group Video Calls

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Google Meet offers a free and convenient way to make group video calls, and you can make and join those calls directly from your Mac using a web browser.

We’ll be covering using Google Meet on the Mac here, but it works basically the same to use Google Meet in Windows too.

Video calling services have grown exponentially in popularity, and Google Meet can be considered as a worthy alternative to popular services like Zoom Meetings, FaceTime, Skype, Facebook, amongst the myriad others. Google Meet is more of a business-oriented solution for setting up…

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How to Turn Off Tab Hover Card Previews in Chrome

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Chrome users may be interested in disabling the tab hover previews that pop-up as you hover the cursor over browser tabs. This feature can be nice for some, but distracting for others.

We’ll show you how to disable those tab hover thumbnail previews (or Tab Hover Cards, as Chrome refers to them) in Chrome on Mac and other platforms too.

If you were happy about disabling Safari tab previews on Mac you’ll probably be equally excited about turning these off for Chrome as well.

How to Disable Tab Hover Previews in Chrome

This should work in Chrome for Mac,…

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How to Change Default Web Browser on iPhone & iPad

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Ever wanted to change your default web browser on iPhone from Safari to something like Chrome or Firefox? Perhaps you use another popular third-party browser like Chrome, Firefox, or Opera to browse the web instead on your other devices, and you want to keep consistent. Whatever the case, you’ll be pleased to know that you can now change the default web browser on your iPhone and iPad.

Safari has always been the default web browser on iPhones and iPads, and up until now there was no way you could change that, though you could always install other browsers and…

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How to Add Chrome Bookmarks to iPhone & iPad Homescreen

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Do you use Google Chrome instead of Safari as your preferred web browser on your iOS device? Perhaps you have even set Chrome as the default browser on your iPhone or iPad. In that case, you might be interested in learning how you can add Chrome bookmarks to your iPhone or iPad home screen.

Unlike Safari that comes pre-installed on iOS and iPadOS devices, third-party web browsers like Chrome and Firefox have multiple limitations. For example, you lose access to features like being able to add web page bookmarks to your home screen for quick access, whereas…

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How to Set Google Chrome as Default Browser on iPhone & iPad

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You can now change the default web browser app on iPhone and iPad to be Chrome, so if you’d rather use Chrome instead of Safari, that’s now an easy option, as long as your device is running iOS 14 or iPadOS 14 or later.

For the longest time, no matter what third-party browser you used on your iPhone, Safari was still the default web browser. This meant that whenever you click on a web link within apps, the page opens up in Safari, even if you’d rather use another browser like Google Chrome. You would then have to pass the link over to Chrome manually….

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How to Translate Webpages on iPhone & iPad with Chrome

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Google’s Chrome web browser offers a convenient way to translate web pages in foreign languages to English, and you can use it to translate languages of web content right on your iPhone and iPad using the Chrome mobile app.

Not everything on the web is written in English. If you’re a heavy internet user, you might run into foreign websites with different languages, and language barriers could stop you from reading the content that’s displayed on the screen. Chrome’s built-in translation service is capable of automatically detecting the language a…

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How to View Saved Passwords in Chrome on Mac

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Want to view your saved passwords in the Chrome browser? Maybe you need to find a password for a website login that you have saved in Chrome? You can easily find, view, and show saved passwords and logins for websites in the Chrome browser, assuming you’ve saved those passwords to Chrome for the autofill and auto sign-in feature within that browser before.

This tutorial will walk through how to view saved passwords in the Chrome web browser on a Mac, however this tutorial should be relevant beyond Mac as the technical process is the same on a Windows PC and…

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