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How to set up Google Chrome Tab Groups

Get your tabs under control with groups. How many Google Chrome tabs are open on your computer right now? I've usually got 8-12 tabs on my Chromebook while I'm slacking off and dozens more when I'm researching and working my way through collections. It's hard to manage that many tabs at once, and Google knows this better than anyone. That is why Chrome gives us an often-overlooked little feature called Tab Groups, which allow you to better organize the chaos-theory proof that is your browser session. Here's how to institute some order with Chrome tab groups on your laptop. How to create a Google Chrome Tab Group Right-click on a Chrome tab . Click Add tab to new group . Type in a name for your tab group. Click a color for your tab group. Right-click on another tab you want to add. Click Add tab to group . Click on the tab group you want to add it to. Alternatively, you can drag tabs into a tab group. Once your tab group is created

Google wants to use Chrome to suck you into virtual reality

 Google says it's now time to marry two computing realms: the web and virtual reality. Its latest version of the Chrome browser includes a technology called WebVR, which lets programmers create websites that present the computer-generated 3D worlds of virtual reality. If you're into VR, you might appreciate the promise WebVR holds for expanding what you can do with a device like a Google Daydream View or a Facebook Oculus Rift VR headset . That's because, in principle at least, WebVR makes it easier for developers to create a single VR experience that'll work across many VR headsets instead of having to create a separate version for each device. It's an extension of how a single website can span your laptop, Android phone or iPad tablet.

Chrome Extension to Remove Trump from your browser

Screen capture from NEW YORK (KVUE) -- an extension for Google Chrome has been created, remove the naming of Donald Trump from browsers. On trump filter's Website Creator Rob ghost said, enlargement he is looking for web pages references to the 2016 Republican presidential candidate and makes these references to disappear with three adjustable levels." (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images) (Photo: Scott Olson/Getty Images) Newton, IA - 19. NOVEMBER: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a Town Hall Meeting during a campaign stop in Des Moines Area Community College Newton Campus on 19. November 2015 in Newton, Iowa. Trumpf is currently leading the race for the Republican presidential nomination in Iowa. Spectre added that he created with the extension from a deep feeling of resentment and patriotic duty", and that it is not money from his extension. The filter will remove the content is based on th

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