You can squeeze a lot out of Google Chrome by tweaking its various features and settings.
Microsoft wants you to use its Edge browser in Windows 10 as the replacement for Internet Explorer. But instead of using a Microsoft browser, you have another option, namely Google Chrome.
From its third-place status a few years ago, Chrome has risen to become the most popular and dominant browser in Windows. And it’s no wonder. Chrome offers a clean, mean look and performance. But there’s more to Chrome than meets the eye.
To get the most out of Chrome, you’ll want to tweak its array of features and settings. You can import and manage your bookmarks. You can control your privacy and security. You can sync your passwords and history across different devices. You can add more functionality through extensions. And you can install web apps and games to work and play with in Chrome. Let’s look at how to use and customize Google Chrome.
If you don’t already have Chrome, open your current browser and download it from its Google page. After the installation complete, you’re asked if you want to make Chrome your default browser. You can choose to do that or not. You’re then prompted to import your bookmarks.