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Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Remote Screen sharing and conroling in windows without any software

I didn't compose this. I just copied and pasted. Am lazy most times :D . Here it goes :

Remote sharing is nowadays on its peak, people use remote sharing to provide live support or for sharing screens. Most of us always use third party software's for sharing or controlling remote systems using software's like Teamviewer or Radmin etc. Today i am going to teach you guys how to connect any two or as many as windows PC through remote without using any third party
tool like team viewer etc. So lets learn how to share‎ screens without any third party tool.As we all knows‎ Windows OS is full of hidden programs that are only  limited to developer or geeks. Today we are going to learn about MSRA (windows remote assistance) executable.‎ MSRA is windows inbuilt remote assistance program‎ using which you can control remote pc's, share remote screens, provide remote support and much more. Lets learn how to use MSRA for remote sharing.
Steps to Share or Control Remote PC using MSRA:

1. First of all click on startup and type command "MSRA"
 

2. Now you will see screen  having title
"Windows Remote Assistance" , there are two options
displayed:
Invite someone you trust to help you : Choose this
option if you want to share your screen with
someone.
Help someone who invited you : Choose this
option if you want to control someone others PC
remotely.
Click on Option a "Invite someone you trust to help you" to
share your screen:
Select shown option to continue
Once you click the above option 
panel with multiple options:
Options displayed for Windows remote assistance
Now you can see three different options :
Send this invitation as file : On clicking this option
you can save the invitation file and send it to
anyone from which you require help. After saving
the file another window will open containing the
password. You have to provide that password to
person whom you want to connect to your
machine.
Use email to send an invitation: You can send
invitation directly via email but it requires email
client on your machine to send email like outlook
etc.
Use Easy connect: Another method to directly
connect two PC is using Easy connect but this
require some basic settings at your routers end
i.e. If the computer has IPv6 disabled or is behind
a NAT router that blocks Teredo traffic, the Easy
Connect option will be unavailable.
Now once you have send the remote assistance invitation
file to user, he can connect to your PC by double clicking
the invitation file and then entering the password.
Note: You need to enable remote assistance service.


3. Help someone who invited you : By clicking this option
you can provide help to anyone who has done the above
task. You will need two things : Invitation file and
password to connect remote PC.
Woohooo… Did you know there is another smart option by
which you can directly connect to any PC using IP
address? If not, well lets learn that too. Yup we can also
provide windows remote assistance support using IP
address too. Here are options.
1. First of all click on startup and type command "MSRA"
and press enter.
2. Now you will see screen where two options are
displayed, Select "Help someone who invited you".
3. After that you will see some option, click on the bottom
one "Advanced connection option for help desk" as shown
below :
Select advanced connection option for help desk
After clicking option you see below panel to enter IP
address:
Enter IP address or computer name
After entering IP address press Next to connect to IP
address. That's all.
Hope you all enjoyed the learning. If you have any queries
ask me in form of comments.‎ 

Source:  ‎www.technotification.com/2014/02/remote-screen-sharing-and-conroling-in.html

Saturday, November 22, 2014

How to use your Smartphone as a web cam

 I joined a Facebook group that gives updates on tech stuffs and I saw this, I didn't write this! This is a typical copy and paste. So here we go: 
 
 Many would doubt the concept as of why one would prefer using his phone as a webcam? Well, there are a bunch of reasons to push this idea‎:

 ‎• Old phone having no front cam? You could use rear
camera for video calling instead of buying one.
• A good chance that it can stand for a pretty good
"Security camera", monitoring your babies or other watch hours, without buying expensive standalone cameras!
Oh yes, it is a matter of concern that you would buy a new‎ camera for the purpose but still if you want to save those few dollars/rupees, you can stick to this idea. Don't sell that old one in your pocket, it can still serve you well.
Now the question arise on How-to-do stuff? Isn't it? Well there are certain right apps that would provide you with satisfying interface and make worth it.
 

Android:
Play store as well as private developers provide a number
of apps for this purpose. But beware of those fake tagline,
you could be fooled and end up in wasting worthy data or leak of some personal information. Out of the most tested, IP Webcam is the best one which
proves for this purpose. Unlike DroidCam (which require a similar application to be installed in windows), this app‎ works through your browser, giving you the compatibility and freedom to move over platforms.

Step-to-do:
1. Connect you phone and computer to the same Wi-
Fi network.
2. Install the app IP Webcam on your phone.
3. It is advisable to close any app which uses your
phone's camera (kill'em using task manager).
4. Launch the app. Scroll down until a tab appears-
"Start server".
5. The app will now display a URL, something like-
http://abc.de.fg.ij:klmn (alphabets represents
numerical).
6. Enter this URL in your web browser and hit Enter.
7. In the browser, you'll see a drop down menu next
to Video renderer. Select Browser.
8. Next, you'll see Audio renderer. Select HTML wav.
Now you're good to go. You'll see a live video feed in your browser. You can record it via browser. You'll get used to controls once you use it.
Although there might be some problem in HTML wav audio‎ streaming, you can prefer VLC media player for this purpose.
Download it from here (www.videolan.org/vlc/download-windows.html ) , install it. Go to Media>Network Stream and enter the URL generated from the app.
Once the app is running, you don't need to keep the
phone's screen on. It works smoothly even if phone is
locked but video feed experience is slightly better when phone's screen is on.

iOS:
EpocCam and PocketCam rule the app market in race of making your iProduct a better webcam. PocketCam is messy to configure, and gives access to only black n white video, no audio in free version. You can rely on the paid one to get better service.
EpocCam is free and quite easy to set up too! Here's how to make it under use:

1. Download EpocCam on your iDevice as well as for
your Mac or PC.
2. Make sure both the devices are connected on the
same network.
3. While installing, several prompt may appear
asking you to install some drivers. Install them,
they essential audio and video drivers used by the
app.
4. Start the app on both devices.
5. The app will automatically searches for the device
running EpocCam on the same Wi-Fi network.
Soon, the video from your iDevice will be shown
up on your computer.
6. There might be a few occasions when the app
won't connect your device to your computer. In the
case, restarting the app quickly fixes the issue.
Also, there is no video recording feature in this
app, but video recording apps like CamStudio,
ScreenPresso, etc. will work for you.

Video Calling- Setting up your phone as a


Webcam:

Android:
Disappointing though, IP Webcam doesn't work with
Skype, so you need to stick with DroidCam and its PC
Client to work.

Step-to-do:
1. Install DroidCam on your phone, as well as on
your computer. (As DroidCam Client, here )
2. Connect both the devices to the same network.
3. Open the app on the phone and write down the Wi-
Fi IP listed on the main screen.
4. Open the Windows client and paste the IP on your
computer.
5. If you have slow internet connection, select low
from the video quality drop down menu.
6. Click Start.
7. Now you'll see video feed from your phone on the
DroidCam Windows application.
8. Better to keep your phone unlocked, to avoid
minimal stutter and lag. Keep android app open
and turn off auto-lock.
9. Restart Skype (if it is already opened) and select
DroidCamSource1 as webcam.
Good to go again. Use your phone as the webcam.


iOS:
The procedure is simple. EpocCam enables you to connect to Skype and use your iDevice as Webcam .
Steps-to-do:
1. Install app on both devices, as mentioned earlier.
2. Start the app, it will connect automatically.
3. Now, restart Skype and select EpocCam as the
webcam.
4. Now you'll be using your iDevice as Webcam.
How to set default camera on Skype:
Skype on your PC will require the camera configuration.

Steps-to-do:
1. Download and Install desktop version Skype app.
2. Sign in to your account and enter Tools>Options.
3. Click video setting under the general tab.
4. Select the correct camera from the drop down
menu next to Select webcam. The name of the
camera will be similar to the name of the app
5. you are using. Select it.
6. Click save.
You can now place video calls from your computer using
your phone as a webcam!


Note for iPhone, iPad users: The app stops working if you
hit the home button or lock your phone.


 

Friday, November 21, 2014

Windows XP flaw: ATMs Being Hacked By Just An Sms

‎We already know that Microsoft's support for  windows XP
has been ended on 8th April of this year , apparently 95%
of the world's 3 million ATM machines are runnnig on it.
Microsoft's decision to withdraw support for Windows XP
poses critical security threat to the economic
infrastructure worldwide.
Security researchers at Antivirus firm Symantec claimed
that hackers can exploit a weakness in Windows XP
based ATMs, that allow them to withdraw cash simply by
sending an SMS to compromised ATMs.

‎What was interesting about this variant of
Ploutus was that it allowed cybercriminals to
simply send an SMS to the compromised
ATM, then walk up and collect the dispensed
cash. It may seem incredible, but this
technique is being used in a number of places
across the world at this time. researchers
said.‎

 ‎According to researchers – In 2013, they detected a
malware named Backdoor. Ploutus, installed on ATMs in
Mexico, which is designed to rob a certain type of
standalone ATM with just the text messages.
To install the malware into ATMs machines, hacker must
connect the ATM to a mobile phone via USB tethering and
then to initiate a shared Internet connection, which then
can be used to send specific SMS commands to the phone
attached or hardwired inside the ATM.

Since the phone is connected to the ATM
through the USB port, the phone also draws
power from the connection, which charges the
phone battery. As a result, the phone will
remain powered up indefinitely.

How can this be achieved? 

  • Connect a mobile phone to the machine with a USB cable and install Ploutus Malware.
  • The attacker sends two SMS messages to the mobile phone inside the ATM‎ SMS 1 contains a valid activation ID to activate the malware. SMS 2 contains a valid dispense command to get the money out.
  • Mobile attached inside the ATM detects valid‎ incoming SMS messages and forwards them to the ATM as a TCP or UDP packet.
  • Network packet monitor (NPM) module coded in the malware receives the TCP/UDP packet and if it contains a valid command, it will execute Ploutus‎ Amount for Cash withdrawal is pre-configured‎ inside the malware.
  • Finally, the hacker can collect cash from the‎ hacked ATM machine.


Researchers have detected few more advanced variants of this malware, some attempts to steal customer card and PIN data, while others attempt man-in-the-middle attacks.
This malware is  now spreading to other countries, so you are recommended to pay extra attention and remain cautious while using an ATM.

Source :    www.technotification.com/2014/03/windows-xp-flow-atm-being-hacked-by.html

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

NEW LEAKED WINDOWS 9 SCREENSHOTS


Seeing the leaked Windows 9 screenshots I was impressed by what I saw -- for people like me that are impressed by attractive interface, would also be impressed by these windows 9 screenshots.

The screen shots were obtained from myce website. myce got its hands on two new screen shots reportedly from "Windows Threshold", the code name for the next version of Windows. There's no assurance that these are the real deal, but a number of Web sites, including the Verge, report they are authentic. myce reports that these new screenshots were from build 9795, compiled on July 13, and from the team responsible for interface design and windowed apps. You'll notice that the screen shots are labelled as Windows 8, but that's nothing more than a placeholder.

The start menu is different from the one in windows 8 and it also looks like the one that was displayed at Microsoft's Build conference in April.
Users of laptops and PCs would find the windows 9 more efficient with the improved start menu. Instead of the conventional start menu, the new one has been improved with metro-style apps for easier navigation

The other leaked screenshot shows that the store app can be used without always going to full screen mode which means it can be used with other apps.

The windows 9 is expected by early 2015.

[source: http://www.blogs.computerworld.com]

Saturday, July 19, 2014

MAKE WIFI HOTSPOT ON WINDOWS 8 or 7 WITH CMD

Am very sorry i've not updated this blog in a long time it was due to some personal reasons.
Now to today's post i'll be writing on how you can make ur PC or Laptop a hotspot for other devices. Follow these simple steps and you will be done in no time at all.

Open cmd as administrator and.copy
paste below lines one by one
1. netsh wlan show drivers

2. netsh wlan set hostednetwork
mode=allow

3. netsh wlan set hostednetwork
ssid=Netwrok name

4. netsh wlan set hostednetwork
key=password here

5. netsh wlan start hostednetwork

DONE!!
N.B. The network name and password can be changed to anything you prefer.

Monday, March 10, 2014

How to Hack WPA WiFi Passwords by Cracking the WPS PIN

A flaw in WPS, or WiFi Protected Setup, known about for over a year by TNS, was finally exploited with proof of concept code. Both TNS, the discoverers of the exploit and Stefan at .braindump have created their respective "reaver" and "wpscrack" programs to exploit the WPS vulnerability. From this exploit, the WPA password can be recovered almost instantly in plain-text once the attack on the access point WPS is initiated, which normally takes 2-10 hours (depending on which program you use). This exploit defeats WPS via an intelligent brute force attack to the static WPS PIN. By guessing the PIN,
the router will actually throw back, whether or not the first four digits (of eight) are correct. Then, the final number is a checking number used to satisfy an algorithm. This can be exploited to brute force the WPS PIN, and allow recovery of the WPA password in an incredibly short amount of time, as opposed to the standard attack on WPA.
In thisNull Byte, let's go over how to use both tools to crack WPS. As of yet, no router is safe from this
attack, and yet none of the vendors have reacted and released firmware with mitigations in place. Even disabling WPS still allows this attack on most routers.

REQUIREMENTS:

Linux OS

A router at home with WPS

The following programs installed (install by package name): aircrack-ng, python-pycryptopp, python-scapy, libpcap-dev

TOOLS:

Reaver (support for all routers

wpscrack (faster, but only support for major router brands)

Crack WPS:

Text in bold is a terminal command. Follow the guide that corresponds to the tool that you chose to use below.

REAVER:

1. Unzip Reaver. unzip reaver-1.3.tar.gz
2. Change to the Reaver directory. cd reaver-1.3
3. Configure, compile and install the application.
./configure && make && sudo make install
4. Scan for an access point to attack, and copy its MAC address for later (XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX). sudo iwlist scan wlan0
5. Set your device into monitor mode. sudo airmon-ng start wlan0
6. Run the tool against an access point. reaver -i mon0 -b <MA:CA:DD:RE:SS:XX> -vv
7. Wait until it finishes. This tool makes it too easy.

Wpscrack.py

1. Make the program an executable. chmod +x wpscrack.py
2. Scan for an access point to attack, and copy its MAC address for later (XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX). sudo iwlist scan wlan0
3. Get your MAC address, save it for later. ip link show wlan0 | awk '/ether/ {print $2}'
4. Set your device into monitor mode. sudo airmon-ng start wlan0
5. Attack your AP. wpscrack.py –iface mon0 –client
<your MAC, because you're attacking yourself, right?> –bssid <AP MAC address> --ssid <name of your AP> -v
6. Await victory. Now, let's hope we see a lot of
firmware update action going on in the near future, or else a lot of places are in a whole world of trouble.
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Wednesday, February 19, 2014

100 Tips for Google Chrome

100 Google Chrome Tips

 100 Tips for Google Chrome   Updated for 2014
  1. Sign in to Chrome for the best Chrome experience. Chrome can sync your settings, extensions, passwords, bookmarks and more. Open chrome settings page (chrome://settings) and sign in using your Google ID. Click here for more information on Chromesync.
  2. If you opt to sign in, check out the tab syncing between devices, including your smartphone. If you sign in to more than one device using Chromesync, check settings > recent tabs to see recent browsing sessions from other devices.
  3. Need a Home icon on the omnibar? (chrome’s addressbar) go to Settings and under Appearance, check Show Home button
  4. Install and set up some apps for offline access.Useful while you are without internet (like, if you are on a laptop). You can view available offline apps here.
  5. Make Chrome look cool, cute or hot with Chrome themes! Get hundreds of them here.
  6. Checkout Incognito mode. Its kind of stealth mode. When you are in this mode, Chrome doesn’t record your browsing history, download history. Any cookies that are stored during the incognito mode is deleted when you close the browser. Open a new Incognito window from settings, or press Ctrl + Shift + N
  7. Use Task Manager on windows? We have something similar on Chrome. You can check out the memory usage by each tab, and kills some tabs, (just like, being able to do ctrl+alt+del and end some apps on windows). Press Shift + Esc to open Chrome Task Manager.
  8. You can import bookmarks from other browsers. Go to settings page and start searching for Import, and you will see the option to import bookmarks!.
  9. You can set up multiple profiles. A profile with your bookmarks extensions, themes and settings. Another one for your friend or family member who might share your computer, with their own settings and stuff. To do this, go to settings and search for Profiles, or open chrome://settings/search#profile from the addressbar. Click Add New User, and follow easy instructions.
  10. Ctrl + Shift + Del takes you directly to the settings page where you can delete your browsing history.
  11. Press Shift and click a link – Opens the link in a new window.
  12. Ctrl + 9 takes you to the last tab open on your current window.
  13. Ctrl + Shift + B toggles the bookmarks bar on and off.
  14. Ctrl + Shift + T reopens the last tab you closed. Google Chrome remembers up to 10 tabs you closed.
  15. Alt + F or Alt + E opens Chrome settings menu (the menu you open clicking the hotdog icon, not the chrome://settings page)
  16. Shift + Esc opens the Task Manager of Chrome, which will let you monitor system usage by each tab and kill tabs you wish.
  17. Type a URL, then press Alt + Enter to open the URL in a new tab.
  18. CTRL + H = Opens your browsing history
  19. CTRL + SHIFT +V =  Paste content from the clipboard without formatting (ie, pastes plain text)
  20. Middle click a tab to close it.
  21. Click and drag tabs to re-arrange their position.
  22. Drag a tab away to make it a separate window.
  23. Click and hold the mouse on the back or forward button on any tab to see the history of that particular tab.
  24. If you want to run a search query using copied text, right click and use “Paste and Search” No need  of pasting it first and then hitting enter or clicking “Go” to run the query.
  25. If the text you copied is a web page, open a new tab and right click on the address bar to get “Paste and Go”, saves you one keystroke / mouse click each time !
  26. To zoom in or zoom out on a page (to increase font size etc) hold the control key and scroll using mouse. Scrolling forward zooms in, while scrolling backward zooms out. Ctrl + 0 brings the page back to the default zoom level.
  27. Any text area ( like a comment form on a blog ) if you need more space, click and drag on the bottom-right corner to re-size the box to your choice. (Note: Website owners can disable this feature with some coding. If the website has disabled this feature, you will not be able to re-size the field.
  28. After downloading a file, you can copy it to the desktop or to any other folder by just  dragging them directly from Google Chrome’s downloads bar ( yes, that small bar at  the bottom of the page with download progress, when you are downloading a file ) You can drag a file from this downloads bar to upload files as well. For example, you downloaded a photo your friend sent to you via email. While it is still showing on your downloads bar, open Google Drive or Dropbox (or any website that supports drag and drop to upload). Drag the file from the downloads bar directly in to the upload field to start the upload.
  29. Easily bookmark a page clicking the “star” icon on the right end of the addressbar. You can do this with the keyboard shortcut “Ctrl + D” too.
  30. Use it as a calculator for basic calculation. Try typing 4*10 now!
  31. Open chrome://plugins to manage Chrome plugins. Note: These are not extensions. You will see the inbuilt PDF viewer, Native client and Flash etc here.
  32. Open chrome://flags to explore experimental features. These are the features that Google is getting ready for future versions of Chrome. To test these out, you can click Enable next to the experiment and restart Chrome.
  33. Right click within the omnibox and select Edit Search Engines to change your default search engine or add a custom search engine.
  34. chrome://restart gives you an easy way to restart Chrome
  35. chrome://bookmarks opens bookmarks manager.
  36. Type in about:crash or about:kill to know how a crashed page looks like!
  37. chrome://settings opens up settings
  38. Open chrome://sync-internals/ view information related to Chromesync.
  39. chrome://chrome-urls/ lists all available chrome:// URLs , explore it!
  40.  Drag Files to Attach and Upload (works on Gmail, Picasa, Facebook and Dropbox etc)
  41.  Drag Downloaded Files to Desktop – Drag files from the downloads bar (the one that come up on the bottom of Chrome while you download a file and after downloading) to desktop or any other folder you want to move it to.
  42.  Drag Text To Omnibox To Search (Try this now! select some text on this page, and drag it to the omnibox, to open Google search on the current tab.
  43. Drag Text To Tab Bar To Search In New Tab: Drag it to the omnibar, that is the area above the addressbar next to the mew tab button, to open search in a new tab.
  44. Drag Links To omnibox to open them in the current tab.
  45. Drag Links to Tab Bar To Open In New Tab
  46. Drag and drop files from your computer to Chrome addressbar to open with Chrome. This works with PDF files, images and html files.
  47. Drag Links to Bookmarks Bar to Add Them To Bookmark
  48. Drag a thumbnail from the Most Visited section of the new tab page to Appssection to create a new app for it. (They are redesigning the new tab page, so we might see this changing soon)
  49. Hold Ctrl and click tabs to select multiple tabs and drag them away to make a new window with all selected tabs.
  50. To search scripts, stylesheets and snippets by filename you can use: * Ctrl + O (Windows) * Cmd + O (Mac OSX)
  51. To perform a text search within the current file you can use: * Ctrl + F (Windows) * Cmd + F (Mac OSX)
  52. To do a text search across all files you can use: * Ctrl + Shift + F (Windows) * Cmd + Opt + F (Max OSX)
  53. If you need to dig down deeper, it’s possible to filter for or navigate to a particular JavaScript function/method or CSS rule when viewing a file using: * Ctrl + Shift + O (Windows) * Cmd + Shift + O (Mac OSX)
  54. The tools also support going to a specific line-number within the Sources editor. To launch the line number dialog when viewing a file you can use: * Ctrl + L (Windows) * CMD + L (Mac OSX)
  55. On the Dev Console (Ctrl + Shift + J) try pasting the following code. console.log(‘%cWoohoo!’, ‘font-size: 300%’). You can do  do some cool stuff with %c. Play with more text and css etc!
  56. Hold Shift while you refresh, for more refresh options.
  57. On the Javascript console, click the { } icon to view minified javacript with better formatting (unminify)
  58. You can do an audit of the code to see things like unused CSS rules. From the developer tools panel, open the Audits tab. Make sure that Audit Present State is selected, and hit Run
  59. $0 to inspect selected element in console
  60. Right click any tab and select Pin tab to “save” it. Save? Yes, Chrome will remember the tabs you pinned and open them next time you open Chrome. Chrome will arrange pinned tabs to the extreme left of your Chrome windows.
  61. Another use for Pinned Tab: You already know about pinned tab on Chrome. I use it for two more things. When I pin a tab, the close button goes off, and I will not accidentally close it.
  62. Ctrl + Shift + D – Saves all open pages as bookmarks in a new folder.
  63. Right click any tab for additional options like – Close tab to the right, and close all other tabs etc.
  64. Right click and select Duplicate tab to create a new tab with same webpage.
  65. Fake your location on Chrome.
  66. Reduce volume of Chrome (not your entire computer)
  67. Visit chrome://extensions and click on ‘view permissions’ on any extension to view permissions allowed to the extension.
  68. To view Google cache of any webpage, try cache:website.com. For example, cache:chromestory.com to view cache of chromestory.com, straight from your Chrome omnibar (addressbar)
  69.  To clear an item from your Downloads page, right-click an entry and select Remove.
  70. Press Alt and click a link. – Downloads the target of the link.
  71. Right click on any extension’s icon to hide it or disable it ! ( hide = extension is running but no icon is visible.)
  72. On Windows 8, select Relaunch Chrome in Windows 8 Mode to open Chrome in Metro Mode.
  73. Select View Background Pages from the settings menu to see the background processes (task manager opens with these background processes selected)
  74. If you have set up Chrome to ask you where to save downloaded file, Chrome will start the download in the background while you are deciding which folder to put that file in. You can take a break, and come back later to select a folder!
  75. Get all Google Toolbar features on Chrome, follow the guide.
  76. Make Chrome your note taking app. EASY!
  77. <Ctrl> + <Insert> to copy the selection
  78. <Shift> + <Insert> to paste the selection
  79. Google Dictionary Extension — Double click any word for meaning
  80. Save to Google Drive – Making it real easy to save files to Google Drive.
  81. Photozoom for Facebook – See photos in fullsize without opening them on Facebook.
  82. Window close protector – Warning when you close multiple tabs
  83. Feedly - For reading your Google Reader feed in style.
  84. Cloudsave - Save files directly to any cloud storage/image sharing site.
  85. Google +1 Button - For Google Plus fans.
  86. Chat for Google - Official Gtalk extension for Chrome.
  87. Awesome New Tab Page – Totally redesigned new tab page with tonnes of features.
  88. iReader - Distraction free reading on web pages.
  89. Enable “Do Not Track” on Google Chrome
  90. Decode Base64 Strings With Google Chrome
  91. How to View Saved Passwords Hidden Under Asterisks on Chrome
  92. How To Control Permissions for Any Website From Google Chrome Addressbar
  93. Custom Keyboard Shortcuts for Extensions – A New Chrome Feature
  94. How To Backup Your Chrome Bookmarks Without “Chromesync”
  95. “Back To Top” From Bookmarksbar Without Extensions
  96. Make a Favicon only bookmarks bar for adding more number of links there.
  97. Custom Keyboard Shortcuts for Extensions
  98. Make Your Own Google Chrome Theme In Two Steps
  99. Here is the keyboard shortcut combination for triggering voice search (work in progress). <Ctrl> + <Shift> + <Period> on Windows, Linux and Chrome OS - <Cmd> + <Shift> + <Period> on Mac
  100. Go to the developer tools and use the console as a scientific calculator!
  101. If you have installed a Chrome extension that customizes your new tab page, you can open the default new tab page from here chrome://newtab
 
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