Google is constantly adding new bells and whistles to it's popular Chrome browser.
Here are some our favorite tips and tricks to help you unlock the browser's full potential.
First up, incognito mode.
If you're trying to keep your browsing habits private, this is a helpful tip.
Browsing privately will cover your online tracks in Chrome and disable cookies.
To open a Chrome window in incognito mode, go to Chrome's file menu and tap, new incognito window.
If you want to share your computer with a friend or family member, but don't want them seeing your browser history or your Gmail or Facebook account You'll want something different than incognito mode.
Instead use Chrome's guest mode which makes you look like you've never been on the internet before.
With your chrome profiles, user names and passwords all hidden from your guest.
To open a chrome window in guest mode tap the profile icon and then select Guest Tabs are another useful feature in Chrome.
If you want to reorganize your tabs, you can just click and drag them around.
You can also use the omni box, that address field at the top of Chrome, for searching.
Just type what you're looking for in the omni box and it will take you there.
One more tab trick.
If you accidentally close a tab you want it to keep open.
Go to the history menu and under recently closed, reopen the tab.
You're going to want to check out Chrome's Password Manager.
Chrome's built in Password Manager makes it easy to store your login credentials in one place.
Not only does it fill in your username and password online.
But you can manage your passwords and see if any of your login credentials have been compromised by checking Google's companion Password Manager website.
If you want more information on Google Chrome, head to cnet.com
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