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Visiting previously viewed web pages: 1. Click the " Back " button and hold it for a short period of time. You will then see a drop-down box with a list of previously viewed web pages. This procedure also works when you press the " Forward " button.
Article Id: 18131
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Delete Cookies Cookies are used to store browsing information from web sites that you have visited. Cookies also have the ability to retain profile information. 1. Open Chrome and click the Settings icon. 2. Hover over ...
Article Id: 8965
Category: Basic Features & How To's

It is important to remember that Google Chrome automatically saves a list of search engines that you encountered while browsing the Internet. However, if you would like to manually remove a search engine, you can do so by following the step-by-step process below. Removing Search Engine Options: 1. In the right hand corner of the screen,...
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Selecting Your Default Browser: 1. Click the three horizontal bar button in the top right-hand corner and select Settings from the dropdown.
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For your convenience, Google Chrome has an automatic spell-checker that checks what you type into web forms and text fields. If you would like to choose the language for your spell-checker, follow the instructions below. 1. At the top right corner of the screen, select the three horizontal bar logo and click on the " Settings...
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Category: Basic Features & How To's

Chrome Startup Preferences: When trying to get familiar with Google Chrome, it is a good idea to begin by setting your startup preferences. If you would like to do so, follow the steps below. 1. Select the Tools menu from the top right-hand corner of the screen and scroll down to Settings .
Article Id: 9490
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Google Chrome's tabbed browsing makes the web simple and easy to navigate. The following steps will show you how to take advantage of this feature. Open a New Tab: 1. To open a new tab, select the new tab icon next to the tab already open.
Article Id: 8976
Category: Basic Features & How To's

Updating Extensions in Google Chrome Google Chrome periodically checks for updates to browser Extensions. Unlike the browser updates, the Extensions do not automatically update behind the scenes. However, you will receive notification in the browser when it updates are available for your installed Extensions.
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By following the tips below, you can better learn how to navigate the webmaster tools on Google Chrome. Web Inspector: 1. You can use the Web Inspector tool by right-clicking any object on the Web page. 2. Select Inspect Element .
Article Id: 9158
Category: Basic Features & How To's

To See the Exact Web Address of a Link without Clicking: 1. Use your mouse to allow the arrow to hover over the link. 2. At the bottom left of your browser window, you will see the web address displayed in a shaded box.
Article Id: 9450
Category: Basic Features & How To's