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How do I save my Google Chrome history to PDF?
I don know of a direct way but you can save it to Excel first via some third party tools and then export from Excel file to if this works Backup Or Export Google Chrome History To CSV Excel Text Or HTML s When you have a CSV file just load the data into Excel by clicking Data From Text (or From Text depending on the Excel version) then export it to PDF File Export.
How do I open and save a PDF file directly in Google Chrome?
Open your browser Search for pdf Scroll down to pdf documents Unfortunately you cannot do the above on Android tablets.
How do I save webpages as PDF in Google Chrome on Android?
There probably a faster better way to do this but I always use my Evernote app. From the web page on your mobile phone share the web page but send it to Evernote (implies that you have evernote and sharing via app settings enabled). Then from Evernote on your desktop right click on the saved note (which is your saved web page) and in the drop down menu select convert to PDF.
Chrome: When did Google Chrome pdf viewer gain the ability to rotate pdf documents?
Jan 212n
How do I avoid blank pages when trying to "print-save" into PDF a webpage from Google Chrome?
you can follow the below process to remove blank pages 1)Selection the for print 2)Press CTRL + P key to open print dialog box 3)click on more setting and check selection only 4)set margins to none to save pages (This is important step most of users does not set margins because of this print of sheet wasted. with this help of our print page has saved to 5%) 5)select printer to print or save as pdf to convert web pages to pdf format (google chrome print selection not working due to this step it is most important step as most of users select printer which is not attached to theirputer so we will not able to print due to this setting so if you are not able to print then change this setting) it will helps 6)click on print button for print selection in google chrome you can watch video as well for help s
Is storing passwords with Google Chrome safe?
Yes as long as you don't use the same chrome login at multiple unknownputers it should be safe enough. However I only save login and passwords on chrome for websites that I use frequently but are not that damaging to me if they get hacked for some reason (example login in to my never used temporary email addresses shopping accounts etc.). I make sure to never store the passwords to websites like Facebook my bank etc which would take a lot of time to restore the damage done. I also make sure that the password that I save on chrome are different from my important passwords for banks. That way even if they do get hacked my passwords cannot be reused anywhere else. I think it is wise to take advantage of a feature like saving passwords in chrome while at the same time not trusting it fully to give it everything you have.
Hackers: How safe is it to allow Google Chrome's Password Manager to save all my passwords?
It isn't even designed to be secure - earlier it allowed you to just press show passwords in the settings UI to reveal all passwords as a way to underline the fact that it is not designed to keep your passwords safe. People freaked out about this so they hid the passwords but you can always view them with a tool like Chrome Browser Password Recovery (the first result for read chrome passwords). It does require access to your PC but if you get infected with something you can be sure it will mine Chrome's password store (as well as Firefox's if you didn't set a master password there). Even the most unsophisticated malware will attempt this. About the synchronization with Google's servers the file stored on Google's servers can be encrypted but the local password store can't AFAIK. P.S. If you're using Chrome you're not nearly paranoid enough. Even Chromium should be suspect and you have no right to wear a tinfoil hat if you're not using Firefox with the NoScript add-ons ) . Google's logic for not adding security is that you can't really make it secure. If somebody has local access to your PC they can run a keylogger they can monitor the memory of processes and the clipboard etc. so even LastPass isn't really secure. But at least it would have to be a more targeted attack and somebody would have to read through all the instead of getting a nicely formatted dump. . On Linux it can use GNOME Keyring and KWallet though - LinuxPasswordStorage - chromium - Storing passwords securely on Linux. - An open-source project to help move the web forward. - Google Project Hosting s