This is a guest post written by Tim Brazer who blogs at TimBrazer.com, you can catch up all the latest posts from Tim by subscribing to his RSS feed. You can also get in touch with Tim by email or following him on Twitter. Google Chrome, identified as a browser with a minimalistic design while [...]

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While Google Chrome has become my default browser, there is no lost love for Firefox and I have been using and talking about several Firefox extensions which are really helpful in making my life more productive and helping me manage all my social networking in a single place. Google Chrome on the other  hand is [...]

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Google Chrome has a very nice startpage where you are shown the most visited websites, recent bookmarks and recently closed tabs, though Firefox has several add-ons such as Fast Dial, it does not come close to giving you the experience of Google Chrome. If you are looking to get a similar experience in Firefox, you [...]

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In the past we had mentioned about Firefox themes for Google Chrome but what if you are a Opera user? Well there is some good news if you wanted Opera to look like Chrome, there is a Google Chrome theme available for Opera, which will bring the minimalist look and feel of Chrome to Opera. [...]

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I may be missing the point, but Google Chrome definitely adds to another funny error messages we all love to see, but that said I cannot understand where the Kill Pages button disappeared all of a sudden.  

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After having installed over 50 extensions in Firefox, my right click menu has grown over bounds, the one thing I live above Google Chrome is the fact that it only shows me only essential contextual options when I right click on certain objects in a page. For example take a look at the screenshots, for [...]

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With the recent PageRank update many webmasters and publishers may be eager to check their latest PageRank scores, but if you are using Google Chrome there is no toolbar available yet to view the PageRank. If you do not want to switch between multiple browsers just to check page ranks, here is a handy bookmarklet [...]

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Have you ever missed the dual-pane split browser add-on for Firefox while using Google Chrome? That is one add-on that allowed you to work with two websites on a single page, increasing your productivity while allowing you to interact with more than one page at a time. If you are missing the functionality here is [...]

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Sometime back we had introduced you to few bookmarklets that bring in features from Firefox add-ons into Google Chrome, to add to that here are few more bookmarklets that will let you add Google Toolbar features into Google Chrome. To install these bookmarklets, drag the URLs and drop it in your bookmarks bar.

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Google Chrome is only available for Windows officially but there is a workaround which will allow you to run Chrome on a Linux flavor like Ubuntu. Codeweavers have released a version of Google Chrome that will run on any Linux flavor as well as on a Mac, so if you have been using these OS [...]

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Google Chrome allows you to store username/password combinations for websites, but unlike Firefox there is no easy way to view the username/passwords that are store for a given website. ChromePass fills in the void by displaying the passwords stored by Google Chrome. For each password entry the origin URL, action URL, username, password and created [...]

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Google Chrome is definitely becoming more useful day by day, and with the Ultimate list of tips and tricks for Google Chrome you can definitely learn and know more about it. Like Firefox 3 Chrome lacks a lot of features and the ability to add extensions to it, the most important one missing if for [...]

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If you are a Firefox 3 user impressed by the simple look of Google Chrome, but do not want to switch to it yet, you can get the same look as Google Chrome for Firefox with two Firefox theme. ChromiFox is a theme that brings the look and feel of Google Chrome to Firefox, the [...]

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The one thing we like about Google Chrome is it’s simplicity, so how about getting the same simplicity for you blog? Smashing WordPress Themes have released a new free theme based on Google Chrome. The look and feel of the theme is quite similar to Google Chrome. So if you are looking for a simple [...]

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Blogote has come up with a interesting tutorial about installing and running Greasemonkey Scripts in Google Chrome, in order to run Greasemonkey scripts in Google Chrome, Drag this Chrome Monkey to Google Chrome bookmarks toolbar. To install a Greasemonkey script in Chrome, visit userscripts.org and find your favorite greasemonkey script. On the script page click [...]

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