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Three Chrome Extensions You Can’t Live Without

Posted: December 31st, 2015 | Author: | Filed under: Technoid, Technology | Tags: , , , | Comments Off on Three Chrome Extensions You Can’t Live Without

Technoid Computer News: 3 BEST Chrome Extensions

On its own, Google’s Chrome is a pretty neat browser, however extensions can either increase or weigh down its potential exponentially. So, exactly what are extensions – I hear you whisper? Essentially, they’re small apps that add extra – external – functionality. For Chrome, there are literally tens of thousands of available extensions, performing a huge variety of functions – everything from find shopping coupons, to extensions that make your computer run much faster. A visit to Googles Chrome Web Store Extensions page can be overwhelming, so we’re going to simplify things for you, here are 3 extensions you can’t – or shouldn’t – live without.

For newbies to the Chrome browser, consider this your extensions starter pack. If you’re a Chrome power user, you’ll no doubt be familiar most or some of these, but you might learn about some you’ve never heard of before. Once you’ve tried any one of these extensions, you won’t know how you ever lived without them :: Read the full article »»»»


Google Chrome Sidles Up Behind Internet Explorer as the Second Most Popular Web Browser

Posted: December 9th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Technoid, Technology | Tags: , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Google Chrome Sidles Up Behind Internet Explorer as the Second Most Popular Web Browser

Google Chrome Second Most Popular Web BrowserMuch chatter has been spewing from the interweb on Googles Chrome browser taking up second place in the three way battle for browser supremecy. Headlines like “Google’s Chrome browser surging past Firefox” aWill Google Chrome kill Firefox? ” A slow news week perhaps? The build up has been the usual steady and well thought out Google conquest, when Google Chrome launched in 2008, net experts espoused that Mozilla/Firefox had the most to lose from Chromes release. Right about now: the behemoth that is Microsoft must be looking in the rear view wondering just how long before it loses it’s long held grip on browser superiority? This week Google Chrome has finally slotted itself into second place in the browser wars. According to web analytics company StatCounter Chrome now has 25.69 percent of the market while Firefox has 25.23 percent, hardly a surge, but nice work if you can get it!. Both browsers are trailing Microsofts stallwart browser Internet Explorer, IE still owns 40.63 percent of the market.

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