Chrome on Windows 10 creates a ConsoleWindowClass window

Google Chrome has started creating a ConsoleWindowClass window when ever it starts on on of my Windows 10 systems. The window appears to have debugging information.

Currently the window contains the following output.

(2600:4856:1021/071814.521:ERROR:device_event_log_impl.cc(208)) (07:18:14.521) Bluetooth: bluetooth_adapter_winrt.cc:1076 Getting Default Adapter failed.

Why is it doing this?

Is JQuery in chrome extension a security concern?

This is the relevant part of my manifest.json file:

"content_scripts": [
    {
      "css": ["style.css"],
      "matches": [
        "<all_urls>"
      ],
      "js": ["jquery-3.5.1.min.js", "content.js""]
    }
  ]

I noticed that now I have jquery on every page I go to and I was wondering if it’s a security concern.
I don’t do anything fishy but I wonder whether some sites could try to exploit having jquery in scope.

My extension is supposed to work on every page so I can’t blacklist certain sites.

I downloaded jquery from the official CDN once and it’s now in my extension.

windows 10 – How to hide Chrome download bar

My project are not allow the download bar auto popup, so I try to search Google. Many results are shown using the Chrome Extensions, but I don’t want to use Chrome Extensions to solve the problem. Also, users are using Chrome version 77-84 now.

According the
How to disable Google Chrome download bar?, some people suggested chrome://flags, but this method cannot use now.

So, any ideas can disable Chrome download bar (e.g. Group Policy, registry)? Thank you.

How to identify the Chrome extension breaking a website?

Recently, when I’ve tried to log into Discord in the Chrome browser, the login page has been completely blank.

If I open the page in incognito mode, the page loads normally, so I know it must be a conflict with one of my extensions. But how do I know which one?


Some might suggest: “Open the developer tools console, and look for errors.”

I’ve tried that, and I see the following error:

Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'innerText' of null
    at HTMLDocument.cookie (<anonymous>:17:58)
    at Object.<anonymous> (3833ed3856c1196040a1.js:41)
    at r (1cb060148fc2158935f3.js:1)
    at Object.<anonymous> (3833ed3856c1196040a1.js:32)
    (...)

I then opened the various Javascript files in the stack-trace, but none of them reveal which extension is in conflict. (they’re just Discord’s own scripts, and “VM…” scripts)

For cases like this (where it’s hard to identify the problem extension from the error/stack-trace), what is the most efficient way to identify it?

Exclude domain from DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) in Edge or Chrome

I run a local BIND DNS server for my own development work. I like the idea of DoH in my browsers, but it is interfering with my use of BIND – instead of getting pages from my local development server, I get domain squatting pages.

Firefox has a mechanism for excluding specific domains from being queried over DoH which I think would solve this problem and allow my local BIND server to do its job, but I can’t find a similar option in (the Chromium-based) Edge or in Chrome. Does anybody know of a way to set exclusions in these?

ios – Google Chrome: Can my organization access my computer if I am signed in?

I am signed into Google Chrome on my personally-owned Mac with a G Suite/Google Workspace account managed by my organization. I was recently looking around in Google Chrome and found this message under chrome://management:

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I am wondering what “Activity on this device may also be managed outside of Chrome” means. I don’t want my organization to be able to access anything on my device that I do outside of my work Chrome profile. So:

  1. Can my organization access files on my device?
  2. Can my organization change settings on my device?
  3. Can my organization lock, erase, or geolocate my device?

I am also signed into the Gmail, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Drive, etc. apps on my iPhone. Does this allow my organization to do any of the above?

function – Evento focus no funciona Jquery en Chrome

aprendo jquery. Tengo la siguiente funcion:

$("#nombre").focus(function(){
    $(this).css("border", "2px solid pink");
    });

y mi codigo HTML

<form>
    <input type="text" id="nombre" /> 
</form>

Pero al dar click en el input en navegador Chrome no funciona. Y su utilizo Firefox si funciona sin problema alguno.
En chrome SOLO al hacer clic fuera del input lo pinta rosa. Y en firefox al hacer clic dentro del input lo hace, lo que es lo correcto comoi firefox lo hace
Alguna idea?

Tengo jquery; js/jquery-3.5.1.min.js

google chrome – Search for old emails that are NOT starred (Gmail)

Gmail has a search bar where you can filter emails. For example, to see emails from December 2019:

before:2020/01/01 after:2019/11/30 

Or to see emails before the start of 2020 which are starred:

before:2020/01/01 is:starred

But how do you ask for “Emails before the start of 2020 and which are NOT starred? I’ve tried combinations like before:2020/01/01 NOT is:starred or {before:2020/01/01} - {before:2020/01/01 is:starred} but nothing works.

This Google help article covers more options, but I wasn’t able to work out a way to select a negation (like the C/C++ ! operator).

How to use Smart Lock using Chrome browser?

Based on the following text, it seems Chrome browser can log in to a compatible mobile app with Smart Lock. Could someone help me learn how to do it by giving an example (maybe…)? Does that mean Chrome browser can unlock my smartphone as well? Sorry, I am not tech savvy. Thank you in advance 🙏!

“For Chrome and apps –
Skip the password guessing game. Smart Lock remembers your passwords within your Chrome browser and select mobile apps.”