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Hackers Can Hack Windows Through a Printer: How It Happened and What to Do
If you’re worried about the safety of your PC, it’s better to check your printer first. This article will tell you how hackers gain access through the printer and how to prevent it.
Skip spelling and grammar check for the selected text
Skip spelling and grammar check for the selected text. Sometimes you need to skip parts of the document during a spell check. E.g., memos and letters can have headings and address blocks with names and other text that slow down the spell checker. Blocks of programming code or foreign words should not be checked for spelling too.
Fix 2: Change the Settings in Search Page
Step 1: Open the Google Chrome Browser
Step 2: Type anything in the address bar (Eg: The Geek page) and hit Enter
Step 3: In the Google Search results page, click on Settings
Step 4: From the menu that appears, choose Search settings
Step 5: In the opening window, scroll down and locate Where results open section
Step 6: Untick the Open each selected result in a new browser window option
Step 7: Close the browser window and re-open it. Check if the issue has resolved.
In case this doesn’t help, try the next fix.
There is another way to individually open certain links in a new tab. You can just click the link with the middle button (or scroll wheel) on your mouse. Alternatively, hover your mouse pointer over the link you wish to open in a new tab and right-click on the link. A list of options will appear for what you want to do with the link. Here you can select any of the three options:
- Open link in new tab: The link will open in a new tab.
- Open link in new window: The link will open in a different window. You can use this option if you have opened multiple tabs in a window and want to start a fresh line of searches on a different topic of research.
- Open link in incognito mode: This means the link will open in an incognito mode window. Incognito mode prevents your browser from keeping a log of the sites you visit during your current session, or the passwords you use, and prevents the site from downloading cookies onto your device.
Note that the first method in this tutorial for opening links in new tabs will only work for Google search results, while the alternate method will work on any link on any site you visit.
The article is a two-step workaround for all those who intend to keep a better track of the links that they click while searching. Though we have detailed the steps for Firefox and Google you may try doing similar things on different browsers and search engines. And if you do, share the tricks with us in the comments. 🙂