networks: how can I get requests for HTTP submissions from Chrome as from the network tab?

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Google changes the way cookies work in Chrome

Google plans to change the way cookies work in Chrome to strengthen privacy.

Paint Rasterizer in Chrome Dev Tools

Can anyone break down what Rasterizer Paint is in Chrome Dev tools? It seems to last only a few seconds or milliseconds, but then it will remain on for many seconds or minutes and the use of my CPU will increase at the same time, but I do not know what is happening.

Google Chrome ad blocking on Manifest V3 will only be for business users

It seems that Google has yielded under pressure on blocking extensions.

command line: How do I delete cookies and Stackoverflow certificates in Google Chrome?

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seo – What authority does the Chrome Lighthouse score have?

I have a site that gets very good numbers in the Chrome Lighthouse audit.
But the customer is using a third-party service for the same purpose, and for which the same site is getting a relatively lower rating than the lighthouse.

So, my query is "How valid or authorized is Chrome Light House Report in terms of SEO"? So I can point out to the client that they can ignore that third-party audit.

Windows: slow as virus analysis of mollasses in Chrome file downloads

I run a standard Windows 10 configuration, with Microsoft Windows Defender and the only virus and malware tool. I also use Chrome almost exclusively.

When I download a large file (~ 50-100 mb), it takes one time (15 to 20 minutes) when the virus scan is performed. I'm not sure what the delay is, but I do know that it's very irritating. All this in a giant machine, 8 cores, 16 threads, 32Gb Ram, NVME units.

Any suggestions?

Google Chrome – Firefox does not save the web page loaded when it is offline

I had successfully loaded some WIKIPEDIA web pages on many tabs in Firefox v67.0.2, but suddenly I lost connectivity to the Internet. I tried to save these web pages (the option "… complete .." was used), but Firefox gave an error. The next day I tried using Chrome v72, I successfully loaded some WIKIPEDIA articles and some other articles into some tabs, then I lost connectivity to the Internet, then I tried to save these tabs (the "… full .." option was used) and Chrome saved them. Please explain why?
(p.New installation of Firefox and Chrome in the new installation of WIN10 1903)

Steps to reproduce the error?
Connected to Internet, open browser, successfully load web pages, disconnect Internet.
Now, when I tried to save the pages / tabs, Chrome saves them successfully, BUT Firefox does NOT save them.

How to make Firefox save the web pages that load correctly and then disconnect the Internet?

How can you open a web page in several chrome windows to test the size of the screen?

I have a responsive web page that I need to test in different resolutions to inspect the design in these different resolutions. Is there a command line option that I can use to open a web page in a lot of different windows, each with a different resolution like the following?

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I'd love to figure out how to do this without opening a bunch of new windows and then adjust each of them with the Windows Resizer extension.

Windows 10: How to bring other applications to the forefront when Chrome is in the foreground?

Well, it sounds ridiculously simple, "Click on the icon, mannequin!"- and I've done it for 25 years 😉

But "suddenly" this does not work anymore:

  • have an application running with a window or several windows open
  • scroll over the taskbar icon
  • A preview of the application window appears
  • click on that window (or right-click and select "Maximize" or click on the icon in the taskbar): the application does NOT reach the foreground. Even AltTab-switching can not do it. I found that

I have made sure that the current window is not forced to be on top and disabled all the utilities related to the window that may interfere. It seems to affect all applications, the most famous being Visual Studio Code or Evernote), but only if they are in the background.

Did I miss an update announcement? Are there new configuration options that could affect this? How can I recover the "good" behavior?