Readers offer their best tips for managing lots of tabs in Chrome, switching between speakers and USB sound devices, and getting locked out of your house.
Readers offer their best tips for duplicating tabs in Chrome, putting together makeshift collar stays, and getting yourself a cold drink at the supermarket.
Readers offer their best tips for taking steady pictures on your smartphone's camera, quickly accessing Chrome Bookmarks from the Omnibar, and calling invisible users on Skype.
Readers offer their best tips for speeding up Google Chrome, mounting your router on the wall,
Readers offer their best tips for maximizing your browser window in OS X, getting free Android apps from Amazon, and keeping your home address secure on your GPS unit.More »
Readers offer their best tips for getting extra features in Twitter for Mac, navigating to the HTTPS version of fickle web sites, and merging multiple Chrome windows into one. More »
When you install a Chrome extension, it often puts an icon in your navigation bar for quick access. The problem is, sometimes that icon can be pretty ugly. Here's how to change those icons to something better looking. More »
Windows: If you've ever wanted to work with multiple tabs at a time (like moving or pinning them), Chrome's Dev channel has just added a feature that lets you select multiple tabs by domain, from where you opened them. More »
If you install a lot of extensions in Chrome, you may be annoyed that the Extensions page doesn't have a keyboard shortcut for quick access.
If you have a few sites that you visit particularly often but you want them to open up in a new tab every time you visit them, reader Java-Princess shows us how to make them do so.
Many of us probably right-click on links to open them in new tabs or search for text on Google. Reader hackbreaker shows us another quick way: just drag links or text to the tab bar. More »
We love some of the new apps in the Chrome web store, but a few are without obvious URLs and are seemingly only available from Chrome's new tab page. To get an app's special URL, though, just add it as a bookmark. More »
If you get a lot of mileage out of the Google Voice extension for Chrome and would like to turn it into a stand alone application, Lifehacker reader aberson shows us how. More »