Today, in this blog post, you will learn easy approaches to Uninstall PWAs from Chrome and Chromium Edge browsers. With the latest updated version 76, both the browser support Progressive Web Apps. When you visit the address bar of the PWA website, you will notice an indicator appear there. Henceforth, to get installed the PWA apps, simply click on that indicator.
The developers are continuously enhancing the features of Google Chrome Canary web-browser. Apart from new attributes, they are including several other improvements and fixes to the persistent bugs. The password leak Detection in Google Chrome is one such issue that poses security concerns over personal data. If Chrome identifies any unauthorized person trying to track data, it blocks all the linked ids and suggests the owner change the relevant passcode as well.
Chrome Canary is still in developing mode and is testing numerous new things that may become an essential feature once the company releases the stable version. The WebUI Tab Strip is one such attribute on google chrome that transforms its user interface. After enabling this feature, this adds a featured page comprising thumbnail previews of running web-pages which is quite touch-friendly UI.
The freshly released Chrome 79 brings back an annoying Error Aw, Snap! on Google Chrome. A number of users reported crashing the browser while loading any page after updating the browser to version 79. This happens because of the conflicting antivirus products or software tools that collide with Chrome’s Code Integrity protection. Users who tried to load any website confront the error with a message – “Aw, Snap! Something went wrong while displaying this webpage.” Furthermore, this problem has affected other platforms as well like, Chromium-based browsers.
Windows 10 users finally receive the PiP Mode on Mozilla Firefox after downloading its version 71.0. Mobile users get a new feature “Enhanced Tracking Protection” after applying the current version. One may avail of this new attribute (picture-in-picture) by Firefox on his/her PC after updating Mozilla to the current version.
Google Chrome is the most popular browser out there having huge followers for it works actively. However, one of the recent glitches to hit the stage is the missing scroll bar on Chrome. Several users report that now it becomes nearly impossible to scroll down the web page and view its content. It can be irritating because it makes navigation quite complicated and you don’t know how much more it needs to scroll and reach the end of the page.
Google is constantly testing several new features on its developing web-browsers these days. One such attribute is to enable Tab grouping on the Chrome Canary browser that may offer a seamless experience while accessing multiple tabs. This implies that when Google publically rolls this characteristic, it will be easier to search for relevant tabs on Chrome.
Google Chrome comes with lots of useful options which are experimental. In recent time, Google has started working on the ‘Global Media Controls’ feature which would quite useful for tech enthusiastic users. Earlier, this impressive feature was limited to the Canary branch of Chrome. Even though, the good news here is that with the stable branch of the browser, you can now Enable ‘Global Media Controls’ in Chrome 77. The browser contains an experimental feature which depicts a popup which is similar to the one that occurs on pressing the multimedia keys on your keyboard.
While web surfing on Firefox, few websites may attempt to track your nearby or the exact location. Several websites like e-commerce, travel, restaurants, and search engines want to exhibit relevant products and information in their target locations. Therefore, in this blog post, we will reveal an easy method to block websites from tracking location on Firefox.