Tag Archives: Chrome

Fix Not Enough Memory To Open This Page On Chrome

Google Chrome is capable of running perfectly on all the major platforms. From smartphone users to the PC users, we all prefer using Google services, because we know its the best product one can get from the market. But when it comes to RAM consumption, users consider using another web browser. Because of lots of… Read More »

How To Enable/Disable Multiple Downloads In Chrome

When you download a file from a website through the Google Chrome browser, it is saved to a user-defined location or opened with the associated application. At the end of this process, some websites try to download additional files. In most cases, the intention is honest and determined. However, some malicious sites try to exploit… Read More »

9 Best PDF Voice Reader for Windows

Since the beginning of the computer age, people have always appreciated the fact that computers talked to them. These days, this feature is built into Windows and you can easily use it for your PC to read documents. Using your computer’s speech synthesis function can save you a lot of time if you need to… Read More »

Google Uncovers Additional Sessions for I/O about Chrome OS, Android Q 

Google I/O is not exactly a month away, however, the schedule is still in motion. The initial rundown of introductions and sessions was declared late last month, but at this point, a lot more sessions have been added to the rundown, including discusses Android Q and Chrome OS. For Chrome OS, there’s an Adapting Android Games… Read More »

Chrome 75 Dev Brings Support To Linux Applications

Linux application support on Chrome OS was presented a year ago, but since it keeps running in a protected compartment on top of the actual operating system, there were a lot of caveats. Sound support and graphics acceleration are still underway, and we’re at last seeing progress on another essential component which is USB support.… Read More »

Top 12 Best VPN for Chrome ( Access Blocked Websites )

A virtual private network or VPN is, in a very simplified form, a private connection between you and a server on a network (usually the Internet) through which the traffic passes. This will prevent your ISP (and others) from seeing the transmitted data, protecting your privacy, and also making it interesting to use. For example,… Read More »