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To prevent accidental closing of Google Chrome: Download and run NoClose (add it to the Startup folder if you want it to start with Windows) Press Ctrl+1 to enable/disable the close button for the currently active window. To prevent accidental closing of individual tabs: Install an extension that allow embedding custom JS to web pages. I used Page ...


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There is also Tab Suspender that has been updated lastly as of 03. January 2015.


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If your cache has not been cleared, and has not had files deleted due to exceeding space limitation, you can see each part of the web page, though not necessarily as it looked at the time you saw it. In the URL bar, type **about:cache* and click on List Cache Entries. If you click on an HTML file (extension .htm or .html), it should call up most of the page ...


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Google Chrome stores a lot of stuff in SQLite databases. To look at this data, download and run SQLite Browser. The instructions are for Windows systems. On other platforms, use the location of user data directories specific to that OS. Open %LOCALAPPDATA%\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Web Data If Chrome is currently running, you won't be able to access ...


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If your pc is dhcp (doesn't have a static ip), then login into your router to see what the default DNS settings are. Those are the default "before" value for your pc. Then to find the current pc dns settins, go into a cmd window and type: ipconfig /all (for windows), or in Linux (google chrome os): cat /etc/resolv.conf Another possibility to ...


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Google decided to unbundle several of their Drive apps as separate standalone apps. I can't speak to the 'why', although you can to learn more about this strategy by reading The Next Web's take on Why large tech companies are hopping on the app ‘unbundling’ trend. I can speak to one benefit of this app unbundling. Windows, Chrome OS and Linux users are able ...


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Like this... set s to "/Applications/Google Chrome.app/Contents/MacOS/Google Chrome" do shell script "exec " & quoted form of s & " --disable-web-security"


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Activeris Antimalware is in itself a malware program. It has some redeeming features in that it can actually remove things - its competitors. However it is a 'potentially unwanted' program and is considered malware as it is a web browser extension that induces ads and pop-ups. It is less difficult to remove than some of the others.


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You cannot run a GUI application if you have a headless server without a GUI. In Linux/Ubuntu you need to install XWindows. I expect that when installing Chromium there were some suggestions on installing other dependancies? Like XWindows. Otherwise you could install a mininum GUI like XFCE4 without all the dependancies (so not the Xubuntu desktop, but only ...


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I use tampermonkey to manage websites with zoom levels and other mods. // ==UserScript== // @name Netflix // @namespace http://your.homepage/ // @version 0.1 // @description enter something useful // @author You // @match https://www.netflix.com/* // @match http://www.netflix.com/* // @grant none // @require ...



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