This week's Linux Release Roundup includes a look at the new features in the Linux 4.19 kernel release, Chrome 70, a Lightworks update, and more.
Google says it has no plans to enable Chrome hardware acceleration on Linux — not even as an experimental option. The news is certain to be greeted with groans by those who struggle to stream […]
Google is giving Chrome users a more configurable "new tab" page to play with, with options to add custom links and set a custom background image.
Google is bringing picture in picture mode to Chrome on the desktop — and in this post we’re going to show you how to enable it right now. Picture in picture mode (often abbreviated to […]
Perhaps it’s just me, but I don’t think the look of Google Chrome has altered all that much since it blinked into life in 2009. But that will shortly change. Rumour has it that Google […]
Learn how to install Google Chrome on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS or later in 5 easy-to-follow steps. Our beginners guide features screenshots to guide you.
Google Chrome now draws native GTK window buttons for minimisze, maximize and close in the latest development builds rather than using custom controls.
Twitter Lite, the social networking service’s new web-based mobile app, works fantastically on the desktop. If you use Google Chrome on Linux, and you happen to be a big Twitter user, here’s a neat little tip. […]
You can help test native desktop notifications for Chrome on Linux and macOS in the latest Google Chrome dev channel release.
Last month we told you that Google Chrome might start using native notifications on Linux — and now the first bit of code to enable this has landed.
Google Chrome 56 is rolling out to desktop users, with a number of small new features and security fixes in tow.
Google Now fan? Here's how to enable the feature in the latest developer builds of Chrome for Linux.