How to configure auto-update of pages in different browsers?
Auto-update pages-This is not a function that is often used inThe Internet. Most people will never ask themselves why they should be set up. However, a number of users are faced with the need to frequently update the page, and would not mind this process to automate. For example, when they communicate on a forum and the messages are published very quickly, as in real communication. Also, someone might need this in work.
Whatever the reason, the essence remains the same: the user does not want to manually "click" on the refresh icon of the page or on the F5 key. How to configure automatic updates in popular browsers?
Auto-update the page. "Opera"
Set up auto-update pages in the "Opera" is easier,than in any other browser. The fact is that this function is built-in automatically. Users do not have to learn and install extensions, or engage in such additional tricks.
- Navigate to the desired page.
- Click the mouse (on the right button) anywhere.
- A context menu will drop down, where you immediately see the desired item: "Update every ...".
- Set the time interval through which the page will be updated by itself. You can choose from 5 seconds to 30 minutes.
- The process will start, and will continue until you stop it yourself.
Auto-update page in Google Chrome
Auto-update the browser pages "Chrome" customizetoo, quite easily. But unlike the "Opera", there will have to resort to additional tricks. The fact is that Google Chrome does not have built-in tools for the automatic update function. But there is a vast assortment of different extensions.
What we need is called Auto Refresh. In addition to this program there are also analogues. But it is "Auto Refresh" that is very popular.
- Find the extension in the "Market" and install.
- On the right, where you have the icon for saving the page to your favorites, a new icon will appear.
- Click on it, and before you open the menu. In it, you can select the time period between the auto-updates of the page.
- After clicking on the Start button, the auto-update process starts. It will be active even if you switch to other tabs. The process will stop only after you press the Stop button in the same menu.
Auto-update page in "Yandex.Browser"
Auto-update the page in "Yandex" ("Yandex.Browser ") is as easy to set up as in Google Chrome.The fact is that both of these resources are almost the same, at least in their interface.It concerns the settings for automatic page refresh - you need to find and install the corresponding extension.
After you have completed the installation process,all in the same upper right corner, look for a new icon. To use the program is easy: click on the icon, set the time between updates and start the process with the Start button. You can safely use other pages, until the necessary will be updated by itself.
To interrupt the process, just click on the same icon. In addition to the Start icon, there will be a Stop button. Click it, and auto-update will stop immediately.
Finally a little secret: If you enable caching in the settings before you start auto-update of the pages, the process will be much faster. After all, in this case, the browser will have to "upload" only that part of the page that has changed since the last display. But everything else will be loaded from memory.