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My Notes is a Chrome based browser extension that turns the new tab page into a powerful note taking and note keeping app. After reading the review about “My Notes” (follow source link reflected below) I decided to give it a try and found it is everything the reviewer touted it to be.
From the creators of Opera, a Vivaldi Browser that is fast, but also a browser that is rich in functionality, highly flexible and puts the user first. A browser that is made for you. Finally you can surf your way.
And to help users focus their attention elsewhere Vivaldi has added a ‘break mode’ feature. The feature is triggered by a button in the status bar, using a Vivaldi Quick Command, or by pressing the ctrl + . keyboard shortcut.
If you’re using a Chromebook with an updated version of Chrome OS then you have a feature available to you that might offer just the help you’ve been looking for. Said trick is Tab Groups.
Once installed, Brave will walk you through the setup, including importing bookmarks and settings (Chrome, Microsoft Edge). Brave Shield is explained, and you can choose a search engine (DuckDuckGo, Google, Bing, etc.), and finally, Brave Rewards.
There’s actually a lot to like about the new Edge browser since Microsoft decided to switch to using the Chromium rendering engine, the same engine used by Google Chrome. However, users enjoy having a choice, and while they can choose not to use Edge, it will forever remain installed on Windows 10.
Arranging tabs vertically makes much better usage of the extra horizontal space we all now enjoy thanks to the prevalence of widescreen – or ultra-widescreen – monitors.
Collections helps you easily collect and organize content that you find across the web…