love to learn new things. I like to pick up new innovative ways to do things. Or find out about nifty ways of getting something done. Because, I’m pretty confident that I don’t always realize things on my own. It’s a pretty safe assumption I’ve learned in my case.
So the other day I was catching up on news stories about Ebola, ISIS, the 2014 mid-term elections, just your usual run-of-the mill cheerful daily lift-you-up kind of stuff. For some reason I found myself on FoxNews. While I was scanning down the page, I saw a small widget talking about “7 things you didn’t know your Web browser could do“. I thought “Ah HAH!” That’s right up my alley. I’ll have to check that out and see what I can pick up real quick.
Well, hold onto your horses and let me summarize the 7 things for you real quick.
- Choose your home page
- Pin tabs
- Middle-click to open tabs
- Zoom text
- Browse privately
- See if your browser needs updating
- See your online accounts and passwords
Can’t contain your amazement can you? Yeah, me either. How, does this make the main page of a major media site in 2014?
Seriously. I have GOT to be missing something.