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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