1. Disable Images in Firefox, IE & Chrome
Speed up browsing by Turning off images in Firefox & other browsers.
Yes it is also called as Text only mode.
Note: See 3 more – exciting tips, by scrolling down further.
Turn Off Image – Firefox & Chrome – Text Only Mode
Use any of these option as per the browser you are using. Enter these options in address bar:How to Disable Images in Firefox & ChromePython123456789101112'FIREFOX - Turning ON OFF Images1. about:config2. Search for "permissions.default.image" and Set 2 or 3.3. Always load the images4. Never load the images5. Don't load third images'CHROME - Disable Images1. chrome://settings/content/images2. disable "Show All" option
Use this option to disable images loaded in Firefox & Chrome. Once this is done, you can see how faster the webpages load with Text only mode.
It also saves lot of your Internet data bandwidth charges.
Edge or IE – Disable Images- Compatibility Mode
Turn On off images in IE – Just un-check the boxes under this section.
- Internet Option -> Advanced -> Multimedia.
or you can use this Excel VBA macro code. Both does the same.
VBA Code – Turn Off Images – Compatibility mode ONExcel VBA Disable Images in IE - Compatibility mode ONVisual Basic123456789101112131415161718192021222324Public Sub IE_Display_Image_Yes_No(regValue As String)Dim oShell, sKey As String'Create Shell Object to Write RegValueSet oShell = CreateObject("Wscript.Shell")'Switch On Off Images in IEsKey = "HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\Display Inline Images"If regValue = "yes" ThenoShell.RegWrite sKey, "yes", "REG_SZ"ElseoShell.RegWrite sKey, "no", "REG_SZ"End If'Switch On Off Compatibility Mode in IEsKey = "HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\BrowserEmulation\MSCompatibilityMode"If regValue = "yes" ThenoShell.RegWrite sKey, 1, "REG_DWORD"ElseoShell.RegWrite sKey, 0, "REG_DWORD"End If'Process CompletedSet oShell = NothingEnd Sub
This will stop images being loaded to all the websites browsed in Chrome/Firefox, giving you lightening fast page loads.
While doing any quick Internet research, if the Internet speed is too slow: You can quickly turn on ‘Text mode’ to see immediate results.
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2. How To Open Closed Tabs – Restore Last Active Session
If your Chrome accidentally closes or your system shuts down suddenly when you have opened so many Tabs & researching on many websites.
Follow this step:
- Chrome: Shift + Alt + T.
- FireFox: Control + Shift + T or Right Click on any Open Tab -> Undo Close Tab
- IE: Control + Shift + T or Right Click on any Tab -> Reopen Closed Tab
- IOS X: Control + Z or Edit menu -> Undo Closed Tab
This will open all the Tabs that were open before Chrome closed accidentally.
KeyBoard shortcut: CTRL + SHIFT + T
3. How to Enable Night Reading Mode
I just started typing what is Night mode, then I realized that it is self explanatory.
Lets get to the point straight. You need to install “Dark Reader” or similar plugin to enable this.
Go to Chrome Web store & install this handy tool. It just saves the burning eyes if you are staring at the computer for a long time. Here is the link for the extension.
Once you enable this plugin, it just inverts the colors from each website that you browse. Quite useful.
4. Site Audit – For Bloggers & Web Admins only
If you are an Website Owner or a Blogger, then this option will be very useful. Yes. Chrome can be used to audit the technical aspects of your website.
Keybaord Shortcut: Press F12, Choose Audit from Developer Menu, Click on “Perform an Audit” which is visible when you scroll down under the Developer menu.
It will start auditing the website for correctness, Mobile compatibility & a big list of things & produces the mistakes. You can correct them one by one to improve your website performance.
How to Disable Images in Firefox, Chrome, IE?