Chrome: Tab Grouper is a simple extension that does one thing: groups all your tabs from the same site together, so you don't have to go searching through your tab bar to find the right one. More »
Chrome: Kill Evil is a simple extension that disables annoying scripts all across the web, like sites that won't let you right-click, sites that won't let you copy images, or sites that paste in citation links whenever you copy their text. More »
Chrome: If you find yourself opening way too many tabs in Chrome and sucking up memory, TooManyTabs can suspend a few of them for awhile to make it run a little smoother, while keeping quick access to those tabs for later. More »
When you come across a single web site you want to send to a friend, that's easy to do. If you have a bunch of sites open and you want to share them all, things get a little more complex. Tabulate expedites the process of sending many URLs by taking all the open tabs in a given window and providing you with a single short URL that links to them all. You can then send that short URL to someone, who will be presented with all your links. It's a one-click solution to what would normally take a little time to accomplish. More »
Chrome: When you right click on a link in Chrome and open it in a new tab, it opens it up in the background. Tabs to the Front switches this behavior to automatically focus on your newly opened tab. More »
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iOS: iChromy stands out from the pack of iPad browsers in both looks and features. Built to resemble Chrome, it also offers tabbed browsing, an incognito window, and an omnibox (a shared box for typing in URLs and search terms).More »
When you enter a web site into the omnibar in Chrome, you don't necessarily want it to open in the same tab or window. Fortunately there are a bunch of shortcuts to let you control exactly how Chrome handles your new destination.More »
Chrome: Sometimes, when you're reading Wikipedia, you need to open up another article to better understand the one you're reading. Wikipreview saves you from opening them in tabs by showing you a preview of that article when you mouse over it. More »
Google Chrome is a favorite among power users in no small part due to its innovative experimental features (many of which are eventually integrated into the stable browser). For our final installment of the best of Google Labs, we're taking a look at the best experimental, advanced features you can add to Google Chrome.More »
Opening a lot of links takes a lot of clicks, which gets tedious when you're scouring Google for information. These Chrome and Firefox add-ons will let you select multiple links with a click-and-drag motion, opening them all at once. More »
Chrome: You use Chrome on every computer where it's possible. Wouldn't it be nice if Chrome could, like Firefox, keep note of what tabs you had open on another system? The FreshStart extension does just that, and can also save your favorite tab sessions for easy loading.More »
Windows: If you've ever wanted to work with multiple tabs at a time (like moving or pinning them), Chrome's Dev channel has just added a feature that lets you select multiple tabs by domain, from where you opened them. More »
If you have a few sites that you visit particularly often but you want them to open up in a new tab every time you visit them, reader Java-Princess shows us how to make them do so.
Mac: Google Chrome 10 came with a new feature that made you hold Command+Q down for a few seconds before Chrome would quit.
Many of us probably right-click on links to open them in new tabs or search for text on Google. Reader hackbreaker shows us another quick way: just drag links or text to the tab bar. More »