Put a calendar in your Chrome toolbar

When I’m on my Mac desktop or laptop, I like using a replacement clock in the upper right that also gives me a calendar. It’s free and called Day-O. I’m also on Chromebooks a lot, so I started looking for a replacement and found Clock for Google Chrome™. Once installed, I get a microsized clock in […]

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Chrome version 52 released

The Chrome team is delighted to announce the promotion of Chrome 52 to the stable channel for Windows, Mac and Linux. Chrome 52.0.2743.82 contains a number of fixes and improvements — a list of changes is available in the log. Watch out for upcoming Chrome and Chromium blog posts about new features and big efforts delivered […]

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Suspend tabs in Chrome with The Great Suspender

I like having multiple tabs open, and I also like Google Chrome (even though it is a bit of an energy hog). But, sometimes having a lot of tabs open will take up memory and processing power (not to mention battery life) even if the tab is sitting there. That’s where The Great Suspender helps. […]

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Dualless splits Chrome evenly into two windows

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Window management can be somewhat of a pain, but there are some extensions to help alleviate the issue with Chrome. Once such extension is Dualless. After installing, a new icon shows up in your toolbar. Clicking on the Dualless icon allows you to select the size of the two windows that it is going to […]

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ⓔ Open Chrome apps quickly with AppJump

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Google has made it easier to start Chrome applications using the program launcher for the host operating system (Start Menu under Windows or on the OS X dock), but it feels cumbersome. That’s whereAppJump comes in. With AppJump, you can quickly access Chrome applications from the toolbar, without leaving Chrome. It also has the capability to […]

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