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Three awesome Chrome extensions for YouTube

YouTube is one of the most visited sites on the Internet, which is why there is a wide range of add-ons and third party...

Ten amazing Chrome plugins for Gmail

You can love Google or hate it, but the truth is that both Gmail and Chrome are terrific products, and possibly the best in...

Two FREE URL history tools for Chrome

With all the browsing we do it’s often almost impossible to hunt down and discover one single site that was visited, say, three weeks...

Two great FREE ways to enhance your YouTube browsing

YouTube Preview and ViewTubeare two great, free Chrome extensions that will enhance your YouTube browsing and viewing experience. They are both must haves for...

Enlarge thumbnails on mouse-over with Hover Zoom for Chrome

Hover Zoom is a free Chrome extension that displays the full, large image from a thumbnail on almost any web site just by hovering...

Highlight specific content on a web page to share with others, with InFocus

Imagine that you found some great information on a website, that you wanted to share with others. Except that the information was buried deep...

How to enable or disable many hidden experimental features in Chrome

Chrome has many different options built in that could make your internet life easier, or at least more interesting. Examples of these include side...

Read RSS feeds right on the Chrome toolbar with RSS Feed Reader

RSS Feed Reader is just what it sounds like, a free Chrome extension that will allow you to manage and read your RSS and...

Get a better ‘New Tab’ page in Chrome with Speed Dial’s wall-to-wall thumbnail bookmarks

If you’ve been using Chrome for a while you may have grown fond of the ‘New Tab’ page, which displays frequently visited sites as...

How to convert a JavaScript bookmarklet into a Chrome extension

If you use Chrome you know that extensions are laid out neatly to the right of the address bar. One thing about having all of...

Annotate and share the web with Marker.to, a “yellow highlighter pen for the web”

Imagine that you just read something on a webpage that you like and that you would like to highlight and keep, or even share...

Make your own awesome 2D games with Construct 2

Construct 2 is a great freeware program that lets you create and distribute your very own casual games, based on a programming language called...

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