Unfortunately, it has become very common to find malicious Chrome extensions, poorly designed extensions, or extension monetization that causes Google Chrome to use up too much CPU or memory on a computer. This can cause the Chrome and the Windows to become slow, freeze, or crash.
The Google Chrome browser has a built-in Task Manager that allows you to see how much memory and CPU web pages, extensions, and Google processes are using while Chrome is running. This feature is very useful if you find that Chrome has become slow, is using too much memory, or freezes a lot as you can see those extensions or pages are causing a problem.
Command line arguments are extra commands you can use when launching a program so that the program's functionality will change. Depending on the program, these arguments can be used to add more features that include specifiying a file that output should be logged to, specifying a default document to launch, or to enable features that may be a bit buggy at the moment.
Notepad++ is a terrific Windows notepad replacement, but just like any application, it sometimes has a problem and no longer starts properly. If you find that Notepad++ is crashing when you start it, in my experience there are typically two things that could be wrong; either a problem with a previous session or a problem with an installed plugin.
Twitter offers a Night Mode that causes the site to display darker colors in both the Twitter Mobile app and on Twitter Desktop, which is when you use a desktop browser such as Chrome, Firefox, or Android to access Twitter. These darker colors produce less light and thus do not bother other people in the room, are easier on the eyes when viewing Twitter in the dark, and arguably look better. This tutorial will walk you through enabling Night Mode in Twitter.
When using Windows, under certain circumstances the Windows Desktop will not be shown. When this happens, when you login to Windows instead of seeing the desktop, start menu, or your normal icons, you are shown a blank screen instead. This tutorial will provide steps on how to restore a missing Windows desktop.
In addition to customizing the buttons on the Firefox toolbar, you can also customize what buttons are displayed in the Firefox menu. This provides easy access to Firefox extensions or other desired features.
Mozilla Firefox has a user interface that is extremely customizable. This means that you can add or remove buttons from the toolbar in order to customize your individual experience. To add a new button to the Firefox toolbar, right click on any of the toolbar icons and a menu should appear as shown below.
Mozilla Firefox provides an easy to access toolbar at the top of the browser window that contains a variety of icons for popular and commonly used features. As you add new Firefox extensions, though, the toolbar can become filled with unwanted icons. This guide will explain how to remove a button from the Firefox toolbar.