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Restore tabs in Chrome

How to restore the previous session in Chrome

Trying to restore your tabs in Chrome? Accidentally closed your Chrome browser or individual tabs and simply can’t find those pages again? As a Google Chrome user, you can prevent this from happening, thanks to a built-in feature that lets you restore your most recently closed tabs. How do you restore tabs in Chrome, and does it make a difference if you want to restore individual or multiple tabs?...

Restore Firefox session

Restoring your previous Firefox session – A step-by-step guide

Want to restore your session in Firefox? If you accidentally close Firefox all the tabs you had open will disappear from the tab bar when you reopen the browser. Fortunately, the web browser has a built-in feature for restoring your previous Firefox session or individual tabs. How does this feature work and what settings are required to restore tabs in Firefox?

Gmail: Add-ons

Gmail add-ons: the best Gmail extensions for Chrome

Gmail add-ons are browser extensions that you can integrate into Chrome in just a few clicks. With the right add-ons, you can extend the functionality of your digital mailbox with handy additional features. These include on-time, automatic sending of mails, personalised mail signatures, or notes for mails. Read on to find out more about the best Gmail add-ons.

Chrome set homepage

Set your homepage in Chrome – here’s how!

On the Google Chrome homepage, users usually see Google’s search bar. If you prefer to have current news, your recently used tabs, or just a blank page as your Chrome homepage, then you can easily set this. Find out how to change your Chrome homepage in just a few steps here.

The importance of URLs for SEO

The importance of URLs for SEO

In this article, you will learn the best practices for creating URLs that rank well on Google and help search engine crawlers to find your articles. By the end of this article, you will know how to create evergreen URLs that Google recognises with keywords that can boost your rankings and generate more traffic.

Install add-ons

Installing add-ons in Firefox, Chrome, and more

Whether you’ve chosen Firefox, Chrome, Edge, or Safari as your standard browser – when you install an add-on, you’re extending your browser with useful features. For example, you could improve the search experience with suitable extensions, or you could optimise work processes. In our step-by-step guide, we’ll show you how to install add-ons in some of the most popular browsers.

What is an add-on?

What is an add-on and what does it do?

Add-ons can hardly be kept away from today’s browsers. They expand your browser with additional features and give you the chance to customise it to your own needs. In this article, you can find out exactly what add-ons are and what you can do with them. Do you know the difference between add-ons and plug-ins? You’ll learn more about that, too, in this post.

The evolution of Google search results: 1998 to present

Google search results: the evolution of the SERPs

Google has more or less shaped the way that we search for things online. The undisputed market leader among search engines has consistently found new features and functions to simplify and speed up the methods we use to find web pages and information on the internet. Since the foundation of the Google search back in 1998, Larry Page and Sergey Brin’s internet giant has consistently kept things...

The filter bubble: how it influences us

The age of the filter bubble – a small world in a large network

Shout out to diversity of opinions! But: how much do you really consider other people’s opinions? If you want to be informed as comprehensively and impartially as possible, it is important to think outside the box. In connection with the term 'filter bubble', the algorithms of Google, Facebook, and other online services have, however, been criticised for some time. The accusation: they create...


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