How to disable Chrome extensions

When you want to temporarily stop an extension from running in the Chrome browser, you can just disable it without uninstalling it, so that you can re-enable it at a later time.

As opposed to remove, disable is an option that keeps the extension installed, but stops it from functioning until it’s re-enabled. Read more

How to add and remove shortcuts to Google Chrome start page

Learn how ro customise the start page of Google Chrome, so you easily acces your favorite websites.

The start page of Google Chrome is not the most customisable page ever but it lets you change a fews things, including the shortcuts for your favorite websites. Read more

How to change the background on Google’s Chrome home page

Put a landscape on your Chrome’s homepage background.

Chrome’s homepage is not that customizable, or useful for that matter, but with a fresh new background can at list look better.

So here’s how to change the background on the Chrome’s home page.

Tap the customize button from the bottom right and just pick one of the many options there.

You can choose a picture or just a solid color for your home page.

How to enable the new Live Caption feature in Chrome

Enable the new Live Caption feature, to get a real time subtitle for any online video.

Google just brought to Chrome one the best Pixel features, called Live Caption. Just as the name implies, Live Caption puts a subtitle on any video in real time.

It’s a good accessibility feature, for peoples with disabilities, but also nice for live streams of watching videos without sound.

But first, you need to enable it by going to Settings > Advanced > Accessibility.

Toggle on the Live Caption option and wait a few seconds for the speech recognition files to be downloaded.

A restart may also be needed after that.

Now, you’ll see the live caption appearing on a black popup window, under the video.

Keep in mind that this only works for the English language.

How to Make Chrome Always Start With Your Previously Opened Tabs

Make your Chrome browser save your tabs when exiting.

Saving tabs is one the best features web browsers offer. Unfortunately, this option is off by default.

The good news, thou, is that it’s pretty simple turning it on.

You just have the open the Chrome only menu ant to access Settings. Now, just scroll down until it shows the “On startup” section, where you need to check “Continue where you left off”.

That’s all there is to it. Now, Chrome will start with the same tabs you had open when closed the program.