Wednesday, July 28

Chrome

Chrome, Computación, Edge, Firefox, navegadores web, Opera

How to import bookmarks to any web browser | Digital Trends Spanish

Bored with your web browser, but the only thing keeping you tied is the long list of bookmarks you've accumulated over the years? Or did you buy a new computer and don't know how to get all those bookmarks? So that it does not become an eternal damnation, we tell you how import bookmarks to your browser. Don't worry, we've got the most popular options covered. You will be interested in: How to export your browser bookmarks Generally the most efficient way to take your favorites with you by exporting them as a file in HTML format. In this way you can not only use it in any browser on your current computer, but you can even take it to another machine when you need it. Chrome The Google browser, you can directly access the administration of your favorites by following these steps: Write...
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How to convert a web page to PDF | Digital Trends Spanish

With our step-by-step guide, we will explain how to convert a web page to PDF in the main browsers (Chrome, Edge, Safari, Firefox) so that you can save, print, or share a web page that interests you in this format. Read on and discover how easy it is to do it. Note: These instructions are accurate for the latest versions of the respective browsers at the time of publication. Older versions might use slightly different methods, but they should be very similar. You will be interested in: How to convert a web page to PDF Desktop browsers You should know that for most computer browsers, the function To print it is the fastest and most effective method to save a web page to PDF. We know that it may seem logical to choose Save page as ..., but that option is to store the pages in a web for...
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Do you know how to delete history completely? It is very simple | Digital Trends Spanish

In this guide we will explain how to completely erase your history, no matter which browser you use. Clearing your browser's cache is an important part of the maintenance that must be carried out so that our work flows smoothly, and you should not forget to do it periodically. The cache is responsible for storing the data of the sites you have visited and, although its purpose is to speed up loading times, in the long run it can end up slowing down your browser, in addition to that your private information will be more vulnerable in case of an attack malicious. You will be interested in: But why clear the cache? Maybe cleaning your cache is not absolutely necessary, nor is it something you have to do frequently. However, there are several reasons why clearing your browser's cache migh...
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So you can recover the old Google icons | Digital Trends Spanish

Icons are important, they are not just anything. They allow us, for example, to easily recognize a brand, application or service. On many occasions, the level of recognition is so great that a certain affection for a certain icon can emerge. That's why many Google users did not react in the best way when the company decided to change the icons of some of its most popular products, such as Gmail, Calendar, Google Docs, Drive or Meet. It has been a few weeks since that change, however, many users are still not convinced. For this reason, a group of developers has launched a useful extension that allows you to instantly recover the old (and beloved) Google icons. Is about Restore the old Google icons, whose own creators have defined it as a "stupid and simple Chrome extension". And t...
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So you can activate the “read later” function in Chrome | Digital Trends Spanish

In its latest update, Chrome has incorporated a new function that allows us to save tabs to read later. This option was already available in other browsers and had been previously announced by Chrome. Of course, it is not an option that is predetermined, therefore, we must enable it on our own through a "hidden" menu. To access it, we will have to go to chrome: // flags / # read-later (we copy and paste it in a new tab) and activate the flag correspondent. This function appears as “Read later", So once we find it we will see that it appears as"default", So it would be enough to select"enabled”. When we have reached this step, we will be asked to restart the browser so that this new function can be activated. When we have done it, pressing the right click on a tab will show us the b...
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Chrome extension converts written news into podcast | Digital Trends Spanish

"For people who love to be informed, but who also want to be efficient." This is how the creators of Podcastle to the public of this new free Chrome extension that converts news texts and articles into podcasts, "all with a very natural way of speaking and through machine learning," they add. Unlike other text-to-speech tools, Podcastle works in tabs so you can control the list of articles to listen to and the playback of multiple files in one place. “The best feature of Podcastle is its ability to create playlists. You can line up the articles and listen to them one by one. So, often in the morning, while checking the news, I line up some stories to listen to throughout the day, ”says Ivan Mehta, a journalist from The Next Web. Podcastle To occupy Podcastle you must ...
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The best browsers for Mac in 2020 | Digital Trends Spanish

As a Mac owner, you probably know that your computer comes with Safari installed, and it may be the only web browser you use. It's certainly a good app, but is it the best? Should you switch to a different one? And if so, which one? We pit Safari against the best browsers for Mac, Chrome, and Firefox, in a grueling series of tests covering features, performance, security, and privacy. Which one deserves our recommendation? Let's dive in and find out. Design and features Most web browsers are packed with nifty features to help you get a better browsing experience. That's no different with our three contenders, all of which offer great features across the board. Let's start with Chrome. As expected, it integrates well with Chromecast-enabled devices. Just right-...
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Google Chrome: tips and tricks to get the most out of it | Digital Trends Spanish

If your favorite browser is the one developed by Google, you cannot miss the following guide with the best tips and tricks for Chrome, the platform that allows access to practically any digital site. Strictly speaking, the list could be endless, so we will start with some general recommendations to make your browsing more efficient and safe. Of course, we will be adding more tips and tricks in the coming weeks. Organize your tabs If you are one of those who get lost among so much information, the good news is that you can now organize your tabs by topic or task, for example. To do this, right-click on a tab and select Add tab to new group; you will see that a horizontal line and a point appear on this; click on the point and designate a name and a color for the set ...
browsers, Chrome, Chromium, Chromium Microsoft, Computación, Edge, Google, Microsoft, navegadores

What is Chromium? We explain it to you | Digital Trends Spanish

To know everything about Chromium and Microsoft's new browser, you first need to know that Chrome was created as part of the Chromium open source project. Funded by Google, it released a browser and operating system that everyone can test or use developing software. Today, many browsers use it as a base, including Opera and Edge, the latest version from Microsoft. Chromium also forms the backbone of Google Chrome and Chromebooks and as such is incredibly useful to user interface designers, software developers, and everyday netizens. Additionally, any software built around Chromium is instantly compatible over the internet, which may give Microsoft the opportunity to become a true competitor in the browser arena after some time in the bush. Here's how the Chromium Proj...