Get our eBook: The Ulti­mate Chrome Pro­duc­tiv­i­ty Guide

Fornewsletter1 Guiding Tech readers would be happy to know that we’ve launched our first ebook: The Ultimate Chrome Productivity Guide. As the name indicates, it explores various methods and tips to make Chrome work faster and better for you.

Chrome is a powerful and feature-rich browser but unless you know how to customize it properly and make use of its hidden features, you’d probably get frustrated with it soon. This ebook is your one-stop resource for everything you need to use it productively and save time. You’d be surprised to know that even though Chrome is a mainstream browser now, very few of its users utilize it to its full potential.

Do you know there’s a way to make Chrome warn you before closing all tabs?

Do you know that by employing just one small tip, you could make Chrome significantly faster and avoid crashes?

Do you know that one very important thing to keep in mind while using Chrome Sync which, if ignored, can cause a lot of trouble for you in future?

Do you know the quickest way to locate a tab, no matter how many tabs you’ve got open?

The above are just some of the questions that I answer in this ebook. Click on the link below to know more about it, and to purchase it.

Click here to learn more about The Ultimate Chrome Productivity Guide

The ebook is a DRM-free PDF, can be read on the computer or on a mobile device like a tablet, and comes with a 30 day, no questions asked, money back guarantee. If you’re using Chrome, or want to use Chrome, or have used Chrome but couldn’t stand its quirks and abandoned it, then this ebook is for you. Make sure you buy it and then send me your feedback to

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Abhijeet Mukherjee is the founder, publisher and editor of Guiding Tech. He's a web publisher who’s been working online full time since 2008. He loves all things tech and has also written for some of the top blogs on the planet.