Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Google Chrome - 5 Best Google Chrome Plugins

Google Chrome is definitely one fast and clean Browser. Though the browser was out there  for some time, support for extensions or plugins was added recently. Plugins were the main reason why firefox turned out to be the browser of our choice. Browser addons render endless ways to enhance our online experience. Though there are not much extensions available for Google Chrome, there are some very useful plugins that could enhance your browsing experience.

5 Best Google Chrome Plugins

Google Chrome Backup Plugin:

Google Chrome Backup plugin (extension) will help you to backup your browser settings. Google Chrome backup is a small extension to create, backup, restore and manage Google Chrome profiles.So in case there is a system crash or accidental deletion, you can easily restore or get back the lost settings in Google Chrome.

Google Chrome AdSweep Plugin:

Adsweep extension for chrome will block ads on webpages.After installing and enabling the Adsweep extension it will block almost all ads in websites.

Google Chrome Dual View Plugin:

As the name suggests the Dual View extension for google Chrome will enable you to view two different web pages in a single tab. The currents tab will split to two equal halves.The Dual View plugin can be put to use for comparing search results on two different search engines, compare the contents two websites side by side, Refer content in one panel, write about it in the other etc.

ChromePass Addon to View Stored Passwords in Google Chrome:

As normal human beings we do forget things. ChromePass is a sleek extension for chrome that will display the stored usernames and passwords in Google Chrome.So you dont need to click the “forgot the password” link while logging into websites for which you dont remember the password.

Google Chrome Extension / Plugin Manager:

With all these nice extensions in chrome, there must be some thing to manage them right? Chrome Extension Manager will help you to easily browse through the installed extensions on Google Chrome and enable, disable or delete the extensions from the application itself.


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