Posts Tagged ‘Chrome Extensions’

Here’s how to give Google Chrome web browser a significant speed boost with just one click. As great as Chrome can be, it does tend to choke a little when under the strain of too many tabs, and unfortunately, many of us live in that situation day in, and day out. Thankfully, there is way around this, and it’s via a free Chrome Extension called OneTab.

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DuckieTV is a free TV show calendar for Windows, Mac, Linux and Chrome that doubles as a torrent manager, offering full control over what you download and how, even allowing automatic downloads for the latest episodes of your favorite shows.

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Here’s an easy way to add free VPN service to your Google Chrome web browser on Windows or Mac without paying a dime. Why use VPNs? Well VPNs are great ways to stop outsiders from observing an internet connection and what it is being used for as VPNs fully encrypts the internet traffic from your device. They also help access US or UK-only service such as Hulu or BBC iPlayer from outside US or UK.

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To use multiple accounts on one site can be a bit of an arduous task, and really, with all the technology we have at our disposal, the process should be a lot simpler. At present, of all the websites I currently use, Gmail by Google is the only one I can think of that allows seamless switching between accounts, but thanks to a new Chrome extension, you can now easily log in to more than one profile or account with apparent ease.

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Being able to search via Google.com using the power of your voice is nothing new at this point, but actually initiating the whole process required clicking on the voice search icon in a search box. It’s no great hardship in the grand scheme of things, granted, but things can always be better. That’s why Google announced earlier this year that it would be bringing its hands-free activation of Google Search to Chrome.

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Google’s dominance in the internet and technology world is beyond question, as the Mountain View company has released a myriad of products and introduced platforms that have left biting a lot of competition in the dust. The Chrome browser is one of the most popular – if not the most – internet browsers in existence today, and Google’s customer base in terms of its applications and productivity suites continues to grow. Today, Google takes another step forward, making available in Chrome App Launcher for all users of Windows 8 and Windows 7 operating systems.

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Google TV is just one of a slew of web-centered streaming content services, but is quickly becoming one of the most popular, with Vizio – manufacturer of the Co-Stora set-top box for Google TV – struggling to keep a decent amount set-top in stock due to high demand. For those of you using Google TV ( I know there are many of you), a new extension for Chrome will allow you to control GTV straight from the browser, working in much the same fashion as the numerous remote apps for Android.

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