A special read mode in Google Chrome browser makes reading the web pages more convenient and more enjoyable than when doing so the usual way. It is because there are many browser extensions that allow you to translate an article in the reading mode and read it like a text from paper. But, this function slowly becoming the form of built-in features in the browsers. Thus, Google Chrome has a read-only mode and it works pretty well. Let’s see how to activate read mode in Google Chrome.
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How To Activate Read Mode In Google Chrome
To activate the reading mode in Chrome it is necessary to add an additional command line parameter:
Right-click on the Chrome icon on the taskbar. Then again right-mouse click on the item Google Chrome, the third option from the bottom. Click on “Properties”.
In the window that appears, find “Target” and at the end of the line insert “–enable-dom-distiller”.
When finished editing, press the “Apply” and then click on “OK” button.
Then restart the browser.
To activate the read mode in Chrome it takes just a little more effort.
It is necessary to click on the “Menu” button at the top right (the icon in the form of three horizontal lines) and find the option “Distill page”.
After that, the page will be filtered and only the main article will remain in it.
Note! If the option “Distill page” is missing in the browser menu, it’s likely that your browser is still running. Check the system tray, to see if the browser icon still there. If yes, turn it off with the right-click of the mouse.
After enabling this option, the read-read material is more convenient because all the other elements are switched off.
To return to normal view mode, simply click on “Back” button in the browser.
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