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.
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.
While Google Chrome Extensions are incredibly useful, sometimes an extension can cause unwanted behavior, may not work as expected, or you just find you do not use it. As extensions cause Chrome to use more memory than normal, if you do not use an extension for some reason you should always remove it. This guide will provide two methods that can be used to uninstall a Google Chrome extension.
Google Chrome extensions are programs that can be installed into Chrome in order to change the browser's functionality. This includes adding new features to Chrome or modifying the existing behavior of the program itself to make it more convenient for the user.
You create bookmarks in Google Chrome so that you can access a web page that you discovered in the past and wanted to save for future or continued use. This tutorial will describe two methods that you can use to open a previously made bookmark in Google Chrome.
If you have created a bookmark for a particular web page in Google Chrome and wish to delete it, you can do so using three different methods. The three methods are explained in this tutorial.