How to force-enable tab search feature in Chrome

This tip will help you find a specific page when you have many tabs open in Chrome.

Google announced a handy new feature for it’s browser, called Tab Search. When you keep a big number of tabs open, a tab search option will let you find immediately the page you want to switch to. Read more

How to Clear Your Browsing History on Chrome for Android

To protect your privacy, you can erase your browsing history on Chrome from Android.

Not necessary to hide anything embarrassing, but from time to time it is a good idea to clear your browsing history. And if you use Chrome on Android, like many of us do, it’s a pretty simple operation. Read more

How to check if your Chrome browser has been compromised

This is how you can check for yourself if your Chrome browser has breaches or your date, including your passwords, are safe.

Google Chrome has nice little hidden feature that let’s you check for security breaches. With a push of a button and a lot of help from AI, you will know how safe your data is. Read more

How to make Gmail the default email app on iPhone and iPad

Do you prefer Gmail on your iDevice? Than this trick will help you make it your default mail app on you iPhone and iPad.

So Apple finally cave in and let us use other browsers and email app as default. After showing you how to choose your default web browser, we’ll tell you how you can do the same thing for mail. Read more

How to Find Latitude and Longitude Coordinates on Google Maps

Here’s how to find the latitude and longitude coordinates on Google Maps.

If you need the real world coordinates for a specific place, you can easily find them on Google Maps.

Here’s how to do it on the web version of Google Maps:

First, locate the place you want the coordinates for.

Second, right click on it.

Then, click on “What’s here?”

The coordinates will be shown on a pop op on the bottom of the screen.

That’s it.