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JOiseau
7 weeks ago

This has happened to me all too often. I suppose it is one of the side effects of having a zillion tabs open at one time, but it drives me crazy when I go...

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stephenb
14 weeks ago

I am unable to use “pin to start” in Chrome to pin a website to my start screen in Windows 8. This was something I was able to do until recently, and now...

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stylor
25 weeks ago

How do I stop Chrome browser from automatically syncing my browser data when I log into my Google account?

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PapaRiver
25 weeks ago

I always use incognito mode online, which means I open my Chrome browser, then ctrl+shift+n to open a new incognito window. Is there a way to make Chrome...

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