Google drops the ban-hammer on extensions for Chrome on Windows that are hosted outside the Chrome Web Store, citing security concerns.
Two extensions disappear from the Chrome Web Store after their code is altered to display pop-up ads to users.
If your Chrome Web browser is dragging, it's probably due to an extension hogging all of your memory. Read on to learn how to see which extensions are memory-hogging culprits and how to find alternatives.
Spending a lot of time watching YouTube videos? Check out these five extensions that will make your viewing experience more pleasant.
Instead of dialing the extension for people or businesses you call often, program them right into the contact information.
Hate Gmail's new pop-out compose window? There are two extensions in the Chrome Web Store that let you return to the compose window days of yore.
A coming version of Google Chrome on Windows is going to prevent extensions that don't come from the official Chrome store from quietly installing without your say-so.
Navigate around and between Web pages without clicking, browse faster by loading your next pages automatically, and get a big preview of thumbnail images when you mouse over them.
Use Tab Scissors to split tabs into two separate windows, and use Tab Glue to combine tabs across multiple windows into one window.
Loading Chrome extensions based on your needs will spare some system resources and keep you on task.