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Customize Chrome for Better Browsing

Mar 05, 2010, 18:32 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Joe Brockmeier)

"Google Chrome has only had extensions available for a few months, but it already has a great collection of add-ons that will boost your browsing experience. We look at a handful of extensions that let you manage tabs effectively, learn more about the sites you browse, and read feeds with panache.

"After only a few months, Chrome is cruising towards the 3,000 extensions mark. Google Chrome literally has thousands of extensions to choose from, but deciding isn’t easy. If you’re getting started with Chrome extensions, we have a few suggestions to help you manage tabs, read feeds with speed, and put your favorite sites on Speed Dial.

"TooManyTabs

"If you’re like me, after a few hours you have way too many tabs open to keep track of easily. You find pages you’d like to save or refer to later, or have tabs open for Web applications you use throughout the day — but maybe not very frequently."

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