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Use Picture-in-Picture Mode in Google Chrome - How to do it ?

This article covers how to enable Picture-in-Picture mode (PiP) in the Google Chrome browser on Ubuntu 20.04. Users need to know notice that in case if they close their browser window, it will also close the smaller window. 

Also, you will learn how to disable the PiP mode in the Google Chrome browser.


How do I enable picture in picture on Chrome?

Here's how it works: open Chrome, go to a website that contains a video and play it fullscreen. 

From there, press the Home button to go to your Android Home Screen and the playing video will automatically transition to Picture-in-Picture. 

That's all!


What is picture in picture mode?

PIP is a special type of multi-window mode mostly used for video playback. 

It lets the user watch a video in a small window pinned to a corner of the screen while navigating between apps or browsing content on the main screen. 

Your app controls when the current activity enters PIP mode.


5 Key Google Chrome Extensions

This article covers the key Google Chrome extensions which will definitely enhance your browsing experience and will make Google Chrome even more helpful and useful for you. Google Chrome extensions are programs that can be installed into Chrome in order to change the browser's functionality.

Adding to do lists or notes to Chrome. Password management. Making it easier to copy text from a site. Protect your privacy and making web browsing more secure.

Some extensions can be ethically dubious or even malicious, but Chrome features new restrictions on extension developers that should help mitigate that problem.


Install Google Chrome on Linux Mint 20 - Step by step process to do it ?

This article covers different methods to #install Google Chrome on Linux Mint. You can easily install/uninstall Google Chrome on Linux mint 20 OS. You will also learn how to set Google Chrome as the default web browser so that all your links or URLs open by default in Google Chrome.

You can install Google #Chrome onto your Linux #Mint 20 distro by using either of the following two methods:
1. Install Chrome by adding the Google Chrome repository.
2. Install Chrome using the . deb package.

To install #Google Chrome on #Linux Mint:
1. Add this link to the list of repo sources "deb http://dl.google.com/linux/chrome/deb/ stable main"
2. Run in terminal "sudo apt-get update"
3. Run in terminal "sudo aptitude install google-chrome-stable"

Running sudo apt-get update (or sudo aptitude update ) updates this on your local system.
This is the step that actually retrieves information about what packages can be installed, including what updates to currently installed packages packages are available, from Internet sources.


Install Google Chrome on Debian 10 - How to do it ?

This article covers different methods to install and enjoy Google Chrome on your Debian 10 system. Moreover, whenever you feel like you do not need this browser any longer, then we have even explained to you the method of removing this browser from your Debian 10 system for your convenience.


To Install Google Chrome on Debian:

1. Downloading Google Chrome. Open the terminal either by using the Ctrl+Alt+T keyboard shortcut or by clicking on the terminal icon.

2. Installing Google Chrome. Once the download is complete, install Google Chrome with apt : sudo apt install ./google-chrome-stable_current_amd64.deb.


Methods to Install Google Chrome on CentOS 8 ?

This article covers the different methods for the installation of Google Chrome on the CentOS 8 system using the terminal commands and graphical method. 

Once the installation of chrome is complete, now you can feel free to add chrome extensions and favorite themes from the web store of Google Chrome.


To install Google Chrome 78 on a RHEL/CentOS/Fedora Linux:

1. Open the Terminal application. Grab 64bit Google Chrome installer.

2. Type the following command to download 64 bit version of Google Chrome:

wget https://dl.google.com/linux/direct/google-chrome-stable_current_x86_64.rpm

3. Install Google Chrome and its dependencies on a CentOS/RHEL, type:

sudo yum install ./google-chrome-stable_current_*.rpm

4. Start Google Chrome from the CLI:

google-chrome &


To upgrade Google Chrome from an older version:

You can simply update it by typing the following yum command:

$ sudo yum update google-chrome-stable

OR use the following dnf command to update it on a Fedora Linux:

$ sudo dnf update google-chrome-stable


To uninstall Chrome from Ubuntu:

1. Open the Terminal: It should be present on your desktop or taskbar.

2. Type sudo apt-get purge google-chrome-stable and press Enter to uninstall the Chrome browser.

3. Type sudo apt-get autoremove and press Enter to clean up the Package Manager to ensure that there are no lingering files.


Steps to install Google Chrome in Ubuntu 20.04 LTS ?

This article will guide you on the different methods to #install #Google #Chrome on #Ubuntu 20.04 system using two different ways using the command line and graphical methods. We have executed different commands on the terminal for the installation.

To Install Google Chrome on Ubuntu Graphically:

1. Click on Download Chrome.

2. Download the DEB file.

3. Save the DEB file on your #computer.

4. Double click on the downloaded DEB file.

5. Click Install button.

6. Right click on the deb file to select and open with Software Install.

7. Google Chrome installation finished.