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How to solve Google Chrome problems running on your Mac

Fix Chrome browser problems and get it working as good as new

Do you have problems with Chrome running on macOS or OS X? Just use Safari! No, seriously though, you can fix Google Chrome problems with the tips here and get your favourite browser working again.

Hide ads on web pages and have the text read to you on the Mac

A better way to browse the web - Use Safari Reader View and have web pages read to you

By combining two useful features on the Apple Mac, you can view clean ad-free web pages and sit back and have the Mac read them out loud to you. It is the lazy way to browse the web, but it is fun!

The brilliant free online office suite that no-one talks about

iWork at the iCloud website is a free online office suite

How many online office suites can you name that are free and that work on all computers in a web browser? Most people can name Microsoft Office and Google Docs, maybe Zoho too. There is another and it’s brilliant!

Check files on your Mac for malware with VirusTotal

Malware on the Mac is rare, but it exists and it can infect your computer. Take care!

Viruses, Trojans, spyware and other types of malware are to be found on the internet, but the internet also provides means to protect your Mac. Use VirusTotal to stay safe.

Why I use a Chromecast with my Mac instead of an Apple TV

Use a Chromecast with your Apple Mac

If you want to mirror your Apple Mac’s screen on the big screen TV in your lounge, you can use an Apple TV. However, a Google Chromecast is one quarter of the price can can do the job.

See your website on any device with Safari secret feature

Apple MacBook, iPad and iPhone

If you have a website of your own or if you write for another website, or even if you are just curious, you can see how the site looks on any device. It is a secret feature of Safari on the Mac.

Speed up Google Chrome and your Apple Mac with these tweaks

Tweak Chrome settings to make it faster and use less memory

Google Chrome on the Apple Mac can consume lots of memory and can cause the system to run slowly. A few simple tweaks to the configuration will reduce memory usage and boost the speed.

How to configure the share menu with the best options in OS X

Share photos, website URLs, text and other items on social networking websites

We take many features in OS X on the Apple Mac for granted. Take the Share options for example. Are they the best? The only ones? Are there more? Have you configured them? Here is a guide.

Pin tabs in Safari and save your favourite websites

Safari is the default web browser on the Apple Mac is is a favourite of many Mac users

Do you have several favourite websites that you regularly visit every day? One way to make them easier to access is to add them as bookmarks, but there is a better way. Pin them in Safari.

Preview web pages before you go there in Safari on the Mac

The Apple MacBook is a popular choice of computer for home and work.

Most web pages have links on them and some have a lot. The question is, are they worth visiting? What if you could peek at them without actually going there. You can! Here’s how to do it in Safari.

How to cover your tracks with Safari on the Mac

Clear your browser's history to keep safe and secure

Your internet activities are tracked in several ways when you use a web browser, but sometimes you don’t want to leave traces behind as you browse the web. These techniques will cover your tracks.

Close Safari tabs on iPhone and iPad from your Mac

Safari web browser

Oops! You left open some Safari tabs on your iPad or iPhone and someone might see them! What can you do? Fortunately, you can close them from anywhere in the world using your Apple Mac.

Use Google two-factor authentication on the Apple Mac

Padlocks - handy for locking things!

I hate security. It drives me nuts. But I turned on two-factor authentication on Google just for the extra security. What happened next on my Apple Mac is an interesting story.

Set Safari AutoFill email address preferences in OS X

If you use Safari on the Apple Mac to browse the web, you probably use its ability to automatically fill in name and email fields in forms. Here’s how to choose the email address you want to use.

Track favourite sites with Shared Links in Safari

Just a row of monitors with different icons on each one

Do you use Shared Links in Safari on your Apple Mac? Why not? Is it because you aren’t sure what they are or how useful they can be? Fear not, here’s how to use them to track websites and see what’s new.

Are cookies dangerous? Should they be blocked?

Cookies have a bad reputation and some people regard them as evil and to be avoided at all costs. It is said that they are malware, spyware and evil. Are they really? Should Safari be set to block them?

Chrome is big and bloated so trim the fat for speed

Chrome used to be a lightweight and fast web browser, but it has grown and is showing middle-aged spread - that extra weight we put on as we get older. Put it on a diet, lose some of the fat and boost performance.

Print with System Dialog in Chrome on the Mac

Although Safari is the natural web browser to use on the Apple Mac, some people prefer to use Google Chrome instead. There is another choice when it comes to printing from the browser and this is between Chrome’s print facility and the OS X print system dialog. Fortunately, you can use both.

Stop scammers, phishing and malicious websites hacking your Mac

The internet is a scary place full of malware. Take care and stay safe when browsing and downloading - www.rawinfopages.com

WOT is short for Web of Trust and it helps you to avoid the scams, malware and bad websites that are on the internet. It is a free extension for Safari on the Apple Macand if you are concerned about your safety on the web, you should add it to your browser. With millions downloads, this is a popular security tool.

View and filter your Twitter feed in Safari

If you like to keep an eye on the activity in your Twitter feed and you are running Safari on OS X Yosemite, you can open a sidebar to show the latest tweets. You don’t need to go to the Twitter website, you don’t need to leave the current web page and you can easily filter and search for information.

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