Category Archives: Google Chrome

The Best Experimental Chrome Features You Should Check Out

Experimental Chrome Features & Google Flags

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An awesome guide to getting every last drop out of Google Chrome. Using Chrome://flags you can activate a lot of nifty experimental features. Enjoy at your own risk!

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skin chrome inspector

Skin Your Chrome Inspector

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It’s always nice for a web developer to view content however they prefer. Normally there is one style for the Google Chrome element inspector, even if you choose a custom theme. Here’s how you get around that!

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Right Tasks For Gmail

Add a Calendar to Gmail Inbox

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This wonderful Google Chrome Browser App (Hacks!) adds the Google Tasks bar to your Gmail Inbox! Are you tired of rarely seeing your tasks because you always use the Chrome Gmail Inbox, and never look at your calendar?

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