Google is rolling out a redesigned tab page for Chrome, delivering on a promised revamp for users running rougher-edged versions of its browser.
Ding, dong, browser plug-ins—as we know them—are almost dead, thanks to changes in the latest versions of Firefox and Chrome.
Google made some smart changes to the design of Chrome's new-tab interface. Here's an overview.
Text editors fill the screen. Utilities block time-sucking sites. All in the name of keeping you busy with the task at hand. Try one of these handy tools to keep you focused.
This clever extension gives you a right-hand "viewer" for linked items you click from the window on the left.
They work offline. They let you store data locally. They play much better with photos and images. They're Google's new generation of Chrome Apps. Find our favorites here.
A recent update changed the way Chrome displays certain icons. Here's how to restore them to view.
If you'd rather see your open tabs in a scrolling list on the side of your screen, this extension is for you.
Watch out, traditional software: The new Chrome apps can work offline and store locally, and they cross platforms with ease.
The browser has a couple cool options that are easy to miss, not the least of which is its app store.