(Firefox users : Read the last paragraph of this article)
If you are an old Firefox user then you must have already used this feature. Previously Firefox used to ask users to save open tabs before closing the browser window. So that next time when you re-open your browser you can directly start from where you left.
Google Chrome never had this feature. If you have moved from Firefox to Chrome and if you are missing this feature then you can get it back using OneTab.
OneTab is a Chrome extension which allows user to save all open tabs in a list and restore them later, one by one or all at once. It can not only save you from temporary bookmarking but also reduces the memory usage.
If you have too many tabs open and you know that you are not going to need them for sometime then you can simply click on the OneTab button and it will save all open tabs in form of a list. Closing open tabs will reduce memory usage. This extension is clean and pretty easy to use.
You can read more about OneTab over here or directly install it from here.
For Firefox users:
Firefox no longer asks for saving open tabs. But you can still save all the open tabs on Firefox as well. For this, first go to Options ->General->When Firefox starts. There select Show my windows and tabs from last time from the drop-down list and click Ok. After this when you want to save all open tabs, click on Firefox button at the left-top corner and select Exit (File -> Quit on Ubuntu). Clicking on the Close button will not save open tabs.
Chrome for Android is steadily moving ahead of others. After providing an update for desktop version last week, an update for Android version has also hit the store.
With each update, the difference between its desktop version and mobile version is reducing. Chrome 26 comes with auto-fill sync and password sync features. Which means now you can synchronize passwords and form auto-fills with your desktop and other mobiles running Chrome. You can use the setting windows to enable these features.
And obviously this update comes with some bug fixes and stability improvements as well. Here is what they have listed on Play store.
Updates in this version of Chrome for Android include:
• Password and autofill sync: Access saved desktop passwords and autofill entries from your Android device
• Fix for blank page loads in some scenarios
• Several stability improvements
You can update it directly on your phone or follow this link if you are a first time user.
Ever wanted to save that classy video from Facebook but the pain of downloading and installing a software has stopped you from downloading that video? There are many services and apps available which can help you in downloading videos from Facebook. But if you don’t want to use any third-party tool or service to download videos then you can simply use our very own Internet Explorer ;).
Open IE, go to Tools / Internet Options, Click on Delete, check Delete Temporary Internet Files and Delete.
Now open the Facebook page of the video you want to download and wait till it buffers completely.
Return to Tools, Internet Options, Settings (under Browsing History area) and click on “View Files”. This will open a folder on your computer where you will find the video file, just sort them by size and you’re done.
In most cases the videos are of larger size than the rest of the files and should have icon of your default media player. Simply copy this file and store it somewhere else and you are done.
If you are using Google Chrome then you can try ChromeCacheView to see cached files on your drive.