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This is the correct answer, go to google chrome settings > Advanced > Security search DNS and enter with customized: https://1.1.1.1/dns-query you will get DNS over https check https://1.1.1.1/help


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This is an older question but for anyone still looking for a solution… Starting with Firefox 77 you can enable SSB (site-specific browser) in the settings. Open about:config and look for the browser.ssb.enabled setting. Click the arrow to change the value to true and restart Firefox. Click the … next to the URL and choose "Use This Site in App Mode", you ...


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Dark Reader It's available for both Firefox and Chrome Use Invert listed only if you wish Dark Reader to work only on listed websites. https://darkreader.org/help/en/#site-list


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Global Speed has a pin feature to set a custom speed for that tab. In the options page, there's also a setting called "pin by default" that will automatically pin all new tabs (seems like the behavior you want).


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Chromium - which is a recompilation of the open-source components of the Google Chrome - works also on 32-bit Linuxes. I would do a 32-bit Debian1 system in the vm, with a minimal window manager (like icewm), and then I would use Chromium on it. 4GB RAM would be far more than enough (don't worry on the 32-bit RAM limit - 32-bit Linuxes can see up to 64GB RAM....


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In Chrome simply go to the URL: chrome://bookmarks/ and click on the 3 dots to the top right of the page, you will have a drop down for export bookmarks. On a new computer I would expect you to be running Windows 10 which currently has 2 programs for browsing the internet installed by default: Legacy Internet Explorer which by default expects an html file ...


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You can look into the Firefox or Chrome extension, Wayback Machine. It is from Internet Archive (Archive.org). It claims to "Reduce annoying 404 pages by automatically checking for an archived copy in the Wayback Machine." Firefox Extension: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/wayback-machine_new/ Chrome Extension: https://chrome.google.com/...


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I made my own extension to answer this problem. It allows you to use your keyboard media hotkeys to start/pause next/previous tracks from Youtube, Youtube Music, Spotify, Tidal and Deezer Check it out on the Chrome Web Store It's also open source fork it on Github!


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Over the past few days I made a Chrome and Firefox extension that allows for customization of the feed, including but not limited to hiding it. Check it out - on the official GitHub


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My Review of Vanilla Cookie Manager Someone mentioned above that Vanilla Cookie Manager was their best choice. I have used this extension for a very long time and I know all the ins and outs. I think it's a really awesome extension although it has one big drawback that I will mention later in this review. Due to this drawback, I will let you know who this ...


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A lot of things have changed since, with Twitter, and I think they've made it easier to screen-capture threads. I currently use an extension called "Full Page Screen Capture" and it seems to work for the most part.


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There's https://github.com/instance01/chromium-snss-parse from 2017. It doesn't look feature-complete (there's a list of "TODOs" here) but it seems to do what OP wants.


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I'm using Windrose Gestures. Has currently no configurability, but has all the functionality I need and no ads or tracking.


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Why not use Bookmark. It is easy to add and remove and read the title from.


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You can use Tamper Dev (http://tamper.dev). You press Alt + T and that starts intercepting all requests from the currently open Tab.


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