Computer Fundamentals Index

Computer Introduction Types of computer Characteristics of computer Uses of computer History of Computers

Computer Languages

Low Level language Middle level Language High level language

Computer Generation

Generation of Computers First Generation of Computer Second generation of Computers Third generation of Computers Fourth generation of Computers Fifth generation of Computers Sixth Generation of Computer

Peripheral Devices

Input devices Output device


Block diagram and basic components Control processing unit (CPU) Software Hardware


Computer Memory Registers Memory Hierarchy RAM Vs ROM Understanding file sizes (Bytes, KB, MB, GB, TB, PB, EB, ZB, YB)

Computer Network

Types of Network Types of Area Networks (LAN, WAN, MAN) TCP Flags

Computer Virus

Computer Virus

Computer Ports

Computer Ports


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What is Google Chrome?

Google Chrome, released on December 11, 2008, is a free Internet browser. The benefits of Chrome include synchronization with Google service and accounts and automated translation and spell checking. It also has an integrated address bar/search bar known as the Omnibox. Schmidt stated that "it was so fantastic that it effectively drove me to alter my view" after co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page hired numerous Mozilla Firefox developers and developed a demonstration of Chrome. He added that "at the time, Google was a little firm," and that he did not want to experience "bruising browser warfare."

What is Google Chrome

Note: Google Chrome can be downloaded free from the Chrome website: Download Link

How to open Chrome?

Only Chromebooks come with the Chrome browser pre-installed and ready to use. Chrome can be opened easily like any other application you open on your system.   

Overview and benefit:

In-ground up at Google, the V8 JavaScript engine was built to improve users experience and programmed webpages and applications. Chrome works friendly with Google sites and all Google services like YouTube and Gmail. It also handles system resources differently as compared to other browsers. It can also speed up your internet experience. Some Google services, such as Google Cast, need the usage of a Chromecast. Chrome browser automatically downloads and installs the updates as they are available after installation.

Incognito mode

Chrome has a private browsing mode known as Incognito Mode. This session allows you to browse anything and search any information in private or in limit. Because your logins and browsing history are destroyed when you shut the browser, it provides you momentary control over your browsing history and session identity. It does not, however, ensure anonymity.

What is Google Chrome

Use Incognito mode to improve your privacy, but keep in mind that Internet privacy is never total. While in Incognito mode, your ISP, company, or other individuals who use your computer can scan your network or hard drive to determine your web activities.

Ctrl+Shift+N (Windows, Linux) or Command+Shift+N (Mac) to open a new incognito browser (macOS X). In Incognito mode, the browser doesn't save any previous information or search you have done. 

Advantages of Google chrome

Modern Design: The Chrome browser offers a straightforward user interface with commonly used buttons such as forward, backward, refresh, and so on. It also contains a search bar, known as an Omnibox, which allows users to enter a web URL to search for anything.

Fast Performance: Many websites (such as news and online commerce sites) are built utilizing complex programming, which can contribute to sluggish surfing. Chrome handles this code well and shows complicated sites rapidly. As a result, it can help you save time and keep your online experience responsive in various conditions.

Secure and safe: Google updates the Chrome browser regularly to make it safe and secure. Chrome will be updated automatically when you connect to the internet. Chrome also offers the following safeguards:

  • It can block hazardous and malicious websites.
  • The Chrome cleanup tool assists in identifying and removing malware that affects the browser.
  • It also has the capability of detecting a website's secure connection. Once you want to make a secure connection, the address bar will show a lock pad icon. It will display a site as 'Not Secure' if it does not employ HTTPS encryption.

Integration with Google Apps: Google introduced many products, which help human society; Chrome has a very good ability to interface, and due to this, it has become a popular and most used browser in the world. When you log in to Chrome, other Google programs such as Gmail, AdSense, Analytics, Search Console, Google Ads, and others are also automatically signed in.

Cross-Platform Browser: Google has a cross-platform browser available. It will help to ensure your experience is consistent across all desktop devices. The main importance of Chrome is that it can be accessible on Windows, Linux, and mac, while edge and safari cannot be used on all platforms. Although Mac differs from Windows in several ways, such as changing languages, most functionality will remain the same. In Windows, for example, most users use Ctrl+Enter to to a URL address. On Mac, Chrome users may use the same shortcut key to to a site URL.

Disadvantages of Google Chrome

Memory (RAM) utilization is high: One of the disadvantages of Chrome is that it uses more RAM and CPU than other browsers; due to this, Chrome becomes arguable some time. Although the browser is lightweight, its high memory usage might influence other apps operating on your computer at the same time.

Limited Customization and Choices: Unlike other browsers, Chrome does not provide certain customization and options. When you shut a Chrome browser window with numerous open tabs, it does not prompt you whether or not to close all tabs. It will immediately dismiss all tabs and windows.

Synchronization: Google Chrome does not have a synchronize function. Using the Mozilla Weave feature, other browsers, such as Mozilla Firebox, can synchronize across several computers. To sync the setting and history of the home browser, laptop browser, and business browser, you may use synchronization.

URL drop-down bar: Chrome does not have a drop-down capability in its search bar. Other browsers, on the other hand, provide a drop-down bar in their Omnibox that allows users to view their recently searched URLs.

How to change the homepage in the Google chrome browser

Follow the instructions below to change your Chrome browser's homepage:

  1. Launch the Chrome web browser.
  2. Next, click the menu symbol of Chrome.
  3. Choose Settings from the opening drop-down menu.
  4. Choose the on-startup option. In the 'On startup' area, select the 'Open a selected page or group of pages option.
  5. Then, to set Chrome's homepage, either create a new page or utilize current pages.
  6. When you select the Add a new page option, a popup with the phrase "Add a new page" will display.

How to update the chrome browser

If the computer has a new version of Google chrome, it will automatically update. If the new version is unavailable, you can also update Chrome manually as the latest version becomes available.

To upgrade Chrome, follow the instructions below:

  1. Launch the Chrome web browser.
  2. Start the menu by tapping the menu button.
  3. Select Help from the resulting drop-down menu, then About Google Chrome.
  4. The newly opened window checks for updates and displays Chrome's current version. If an update is required, it will be performed automatically. Then, click RELAUNCH to relaunch Chrome and finish the update.

How to display the file, edit, view, etc. menus in Chrome

Unfortunately, it is impossible to view this menu bar on Chrome because it was deleted. All of these functions, however, are accessible by hitting the Chrome menu icon button in the upper-right corner of the screen.

Configuring privacy setting

In Chrome, go to the setting by clicking the upper corner of the browser and then select the setting for the next step.

The settings interface opens on a separate browser tab. Take your cursor at the bottom and select the show advance setting option.

 The advanced setting is known as the privacy setting, customized to fulfil our satisfaction.

Chrome developer tool

Chrome Developer Tools are unrivalled when it comes to website development. They enable you to thoroughly examine internet locations' visual, interactive, and technological aspects.

Go to the view menu and select developer tools, or you can use the shortcut key F12 or Clt+Alt+I.

On one side of the window, the developer view allows you to traverse the web, while on the other, you may study the resource's components and properties.

Chromium project and browser

Some community-driven initiatives work for Chrome to develop Chrome technologies and make it faster; this is called the chromium project. The Chromium browser is comparable to Chrome; however, it is built entirely with open-source components from Chrome.