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    Being in lockdown means that a change of scenery isn’t easy to come by; your view isn’t likely to change anytime soon. Luckily, Sonali Ranjit and Vaishnav Balasubramaniam have come up with a clever solution to that problem. Their new website WindowSwap invites users to “open a new window somewhere in the world.” When you click on the button on the site, it opens a new browser window (ha) that takes up the width of the computer screen and is filled with a video of a user-submitted view from their window. The windows come from all over the world, and they can take you anywhere from a city apartment, to the woods, to the beach. They also offer the...
    GOOGLE Chrome is the most popular browser out there but it isn't without flaws. If you're a regular desktop Chrome user and you find your browser is running slow then you may want to try some of these tips. 2There are many reasons why your browser could be slowCredit: Alamy Update your browser Your problem may have a simple solution, such as making sure you're using the latest version of Google Chrome. On your computer, open the Google Chrome browser and click the 'More' icon (three vertical dots) in the top right. Click 'Update Google Chrome', or if that option isn't there, it means you're already using the latest version. Once you've updated, click 'Relaunch'. 2Google Chrome is the most popular browser...
    GOOGLE is working on a Chrome update that could boost your battery life for two hours. This is good news for people who often use the browser for extended periods. 2Google Chrome is the most popular browser in the worldCredit: Alamy Despite being the most popular browser, Chrome does have a few flaws and this includes draining batteries quite quickly. Google seems to have picked up on this because an experimental feature has been spotted in the beta version of the browser. According to TheWindowsClub, Chrome version 86 could have a feature that saves battery by turning off JavaScript timers and trackers for background tabs. This allows websites to check your scrolling position and other data with the aim of improving your...
    David MurphyYesterday 3:00PM•Filed to:browserbrowserchromesafariedgemacos33Screenshot: David Murphy macOS: If you have a habit of leaving ton of tabs open across a variety of browsers, well, here’s the good news: You’re not alone. Try as we might to stay organized, tab sprawl just... happens. And sometimes, it doesn’t stay confined to just one of the browsers you have installed on your system—if, say, you use Safari for work and Chrome (or others) in your personal time. Whether you use one browser or four, the simplest way to get control of your tab addiction is to quit cold turkey. And by that, I don’t mean “stop using tabs.” Rather, take all of the tabs you have open, dump them into a file, and...