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How to use Google docs offline with the new Microsoft Edge

Website development *Google Chrome Browser extensions Browsers Microsoft Edge
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New MS Edge is a promising Chrome flavour since Microsoft is really concerned with laptop battery life: most tests and benchmarks run against the «stock» browser in «stock» configuration. However, until recently it was hard for me to switch completely due to no «offline» support for Google office suite: doc, spreadsheet and slides. Fortunately, with the recent introduction of chrome extensions support it's now possible to put them offline with a few tricks!
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Total votes 3: ↑3 and ↓0 +3
Views 9.4K
Comments 1

Improving form controls in Microsoft Edge and Chromium

Microsoft corporate blog Google Chrome Browsers Microsoft Edge
Since we began work on the next version of Microsoft Edge based on Chromium, we’ve been investigating ways to modernize form controls to provide a modern appearance as well as the touch friendliness and accessibility that our users expect from Microsoft Edge today.

Over the past few months, we’ve been collaborating closely with the Google Chrome team on this project, and are excited to share the refreshed controls that will be coming to Microsoft Edge Insider builds, or other Chromium browsers near you.

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Total votes 10: ↑10 and ↓0 +10
Views 461
Comments 0

Security and censorship circumvention: 5 VPN and proxies for Google Chrome

Information Security *Google Chrome
Nowadays, privacy and censorship are the top problems for internet users. There are hackers who want to steal your data, governments, and corporations, which imply block and restrict freedom. Here is the list of five tools to protect your web browsing and circumvent censorship.
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Total votes 7: ↑7 and ↓0 +7
Views 1.6K
Comments 0

Sixth Chromium Check, Afterword

PVS-Studio corporate blog C++ *Google Chrome C *
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At the beginning of 2018 our blog was complemented with a series of articles on the sixth check of the source code of the Chromium project. The series includes 8 articles on errors and recommendations for their prevention. Two articles sparked heated discussion, and l still occasionally get comments by mail about topics covered in them. Perhaps, I should give additional explanations and as they say, set the record straight.
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Total votes 30: ↑29 and ↓1 +28
Views 1.9K
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