Don't you just hate it when you have multiple browser tabs open and a noisy video ad kicks in, leaving you to search through each one in an effort to find the culprit? With Google's latest Chrome release, such annoying antics will be a thing of the past.
Well, it was bound to happen sooner or later. Check out our guide on how to remove the Babylon search toolbar and accompanying software so you can rid yourself of the pesky utility and regain control of your favorite browser once and for all.
Looking to flush your browser's cache, but having trouble figuring out how? Check out our guide on how to do just that, whether you use Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari or Opera.
Browser cookies may not sound like the most appealing aspect of browsing the Web, but they're still a necessary component to navigating a wealth of websites nonetheless. Check out our guide on how to enable cookies in your browser, no matter the platform.
After he was done mocking hydrogen fuel cell cars, Tesla CEO Elon Musk discussed future infotainment options for the Model S during a speech in Germany. Google Chrome and third-party apps are on the menu.
Google is a giant when it comes to handling search queries from around the globe, but sometimes setting it as your default search engine takes a little effort. Here is our quick guide on how to set Google as your default search engine no matter your browser.