Backspace on chrome fixed

Chrome Will Finally Stop Going Back a Page When You Accidentally Hit Backspace

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Chrome’s Plug-Ins and What They Actually Do

Chrome doesn’t rely much on plug-ins, but when you load up Chrome for the first time, it’s already packed with five of them. How-To Geek explains what the heck they actually do. If you’ve ever popped over to your chrome://plugins page, you’ve probably seen some weird names like ‘Widevine Content Decryption Module’ and wondered what exactly they do (and if you can disable them). So, here are the five plug-ins packed into Chrome and what they do: Widevine Content Decryption Module: This allows Chrome to play DRM-protected HTML5 video and audio, like you’d find on Netflix. Native Client: This allows …

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Browser security

You need a browser that will not leak information over the internet and not leave traces on your machine. Secondary Storage On secondary storage, where browser is installed and is running from: Browser should be run from read-only media. Configure your browser to only read and never write. Remount your file system in read-only mode to ensure nothing can be written, then run the browser. Failing that, the browser should be ran from volatile RAM disk. Buy 1 or 2 GB of RAM. Setup a segment of main memory to be a file system as it if they are secondary …

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The Secret Powers of Chrome’s Address Bar

  Chrome’s address bar doesn’t do much at a glance. Type in a URL and you’re taken to a web site. But it can do a lot more if you know how to use it. You can actually do a ton with it though, so let’s dig into some of the better tricks. Perform Quick Unit Conversion and Math Don’t feel like opening up a calculator just to do some basic math? Just type in the equation and Chrome’s omnibox gives you the answer, no need to press Enter. You can do the same with basic unit conversion, including temperatures. …

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