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I realize this is an older question, but there is a better way than systematically disabling all your extensions to find out which one is throwing an error. Hover the mouse pointer over the file name for the error in the console. You'll see a long string of gobbledygook. Part of that is an id that is unique for each extension. Take a moment and memorize the ...


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Simply because it is not a symbol of a hammer, it is a symbol of a key. If you look closely at it, it may look like a hammer but it's actually key.


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As @Frank Thomas mentioned in his comment, Chrome and Firefox probably don't support this scenario natively, however it shouldn't be too hard to get it to work. You can assign your NIC multiple IP addresses, however the browsers are not going to bind specific IP, they will end up just using the default IP/route. To get one browser to use a non-default ...


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2 hours of browsing and 400MB cache translate to an average of 56KByte/s while browsing. Seems pretty legit to me. If you suspect that the cache does not only fill up because of browsing, you should consider scanning your PC for Viruses/Malware. The accumulation of 400MB of Cache should really not slow down your Computer, unless your hard disk is running ...


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On your Chrome browser's address bar enter: chrome://bookmarks Then click on the Organize menu item and choose "Export bookmarks to HTML file..." and save the file on your somewhere on your hard drive such as on your desktop. Then click on the profile switcher on the aforementioned button in the title bar, and then enter the same chrome://bookmarks URL ...


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You could use the download property in your link (anchor) like so: <a href="some/path/somefile.pdf" download target="_blank">download PDF file</a> This would force download in the browsers, which support it (Chrome, Firefox and Opera). However, it is not currently supported in IE or Safari as per this link Source: ...


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This will work while in Chrome: First highlight some text Hit CTRL+C - This copies the text Hit CTRL+T - This creates a new tab and makes it the focus Hit CTRL+V - This pastes the text in the Omnibox (Chrome defaults the cursor there) Hit Enter - This will search the text in the Omnibox Want to automate it? Use AutoHotKey to make it an automatic macro ...


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Try to use AutoRuns for Windows : This utility, which has the most comprehensive knowledge of auto-starting locations of any startup monitor, shows you what programs are configured to run during system bootup or login, and shows you the entries in the order Windows processes them. These programs include ones in your startup folder, Run, RunOnce, and other ...


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It can be done simply by instead of clicking on the PDF file, right-click on it and select "save link as" and then chrome will start downloading the PDF file and make sure to check the file-format before saving the link address, generally it would be .pdf but if not then manually write .pdf after it.


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I'm using a Google Chrom version 40.0.2214.93m. They easiest way how to make the shortcut directly to your Google profile is: Menu/Setting/ Then "edit profile" - sorry, my version is in Czech :-), so I'm not sure about the English view. Anyway that is the panel where you can choose the profile picture. And under all the pictures you have a choise "add a ...


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This is the sure proof way to clear Chrome's sticky memory for redirects: Open the Developer Tools panel (CTRL+SHIFT+I) Click and hold the reload icon A menu will open Choose the 3rd option from this menu ("Empty Cache and Hard Reload")


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Maybe this saves you some steps in editing the .hosts file: http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/6540/stupid-geek-tricks-create-a-shortcut-to-quickly-edit-your-hosts-file/ right-click the start menu and create a shortcut, with the following location: notepad c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts open up the shortcut properties, click the Advanced ...


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Perhaps simply by resetting it to the browser with its default settings? The button is down the page naviguator settings if I'm not mistaken. Or if you really want to reinstall it entirely, if you are under linux or apple a bash script, or if you are on windows batch or vbs script (not really easier).



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