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Google has now added support for extensions to customise the developer preview of its Chrome browser by default. Prior to yesterday’s switcheroo, developers wishing to tinker with extensions, typically written in CSS, HTML and JavaScript, had to first enable the feature via a command line switch. Mountain View’s Chrome …


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  1. Stef 2
    Gates Horns

    It's got legs as well as wings

    Extension support and bookmark sync (which works superbly) bring it at the very least up to a par with Firefox, personally I think it beats all the opposition.

  2. H 5
    Big Brother


    If it gets Adblock and NoScript then I might start using it, as long as Google arent sniffing any data from it.

  3. Inachu

    I am curius.......

    Why isn't there a google toolbar for chrome?

  4. Imagus
    Big Brother

    @ H 5

    Of course they are sniffing data from it, that is why they created the browser in the first place. If you want Chrome without the spyware, download Iron instead. Iron is "based on the Chromium-source and offers the same features as Chrome - but without the critical points that the privacy concern." You can find it here:

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