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Google has official documentation on the Chrome iOS app's URL scheme on it's developer website. The easiest method is to replace http with googlechrome. So https would be googlechromes. This means: http://www.google.com becomes googlechrome://www.google.com https://apple.stackexchange.com becomes googlechromes://apple.stackexchange.com You can also use ...


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On iOS: googlechrome://www.example.com


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I've come across bugs like these that ended up being intended or unintended side effects of Chrome extensions or flags. Try disabling these first to make sure it's not one of these. To disable extensions: Go to chrome://extensions/. Uncheck Enabled for each enabled extension. Reload the buggy pages. To disable flags (developer options): Go to ...


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TextEdit's autocorrect is actually OS X's autocorrect, which is used in every system text box in the OS, in every application, including 3rd-party applications. The problem comes when apps use their own text boxes—they then have to implement NSSpellChecker themselves. Whilst the Google Chrome issue relating to this seems to suggest that nothing has changed, ...


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Safari 7 is documented in many Mavericks reviews to be better at extending battery life and CPU usage. That ethereal link has an animation in the background, I'm assuming that's what's using your CPU.


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In addition to the Activity Monitor application, you can also use the top -u command in a terminal window to see the most processor-hungry applications.


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You can compare CPU utilisation and memory usage in Activity Monitor, in /Applications/Utilities. This lets you compare the statistics in real-time. For a more averaged comparison, you can check the Average Energy Impact of an app in the Energy tab of the aforementioned app (requires ≥10.9).



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