Categories: Customization, Featured, Firefox
I'm a full time Chrome user these days, but every once in a while I found myself yearning for some functionality previously available to me via Firefox extension. Read my list of extensions that I'll be first in line for when Chrome adds the functionality. Then, I'd love to know which extensions you can barely live without.
The Google Chomium Dev Center is a great place to get a glimpse into the future of Chrome. One recently added article details how extensions will work once implemented. It may be a ways down the road, but with Firefox's extension system so well-received among techies out there, it seems like the Chromium Dev team may be working to get this out as fast as possible.
Google Chrome has not yet been officially released by Google for the Mac or Linux (a fact that Google co-founder Sergey Brin calls embarassing). However, because of Chome's open source platform, dubbed Chromium, the people at CodeWeaver.com were able to make Google Chrome run on a non-Windows machine. Read on for the instructions.
Yeah, there are plenty of things to like about Google Chrome, but after about 2 weeks of use, I think I have my favorite feature. Is it the moveable/detachable/re-attachable tabs? Is it the separate processes for each tab? Is it Incognito mode? No. While these are GREAT features, they don't compare to my ultimate. Its a little feature I like to call: The Anti-Rick Roll.