Further to my previous post on “Why Google Chrome Should Be Your Default Browser“, I thought i’d post a boring-yet-useful list of 15 Chrome extensions that make an already awesome browser even more awesome… er. […]
Google officially released a collection of 100 “Artists Themes for Chrome” today – a bunch of not entirely successful skins for Google Chrome designed by some of the worlds “best artists”, including Jeff Koons, Jenny Holzer, […]
Google are now offering a native 64bit version of their Google Chrome browser that no longer relies on ia32-libs. Download link: http://www.google.com/chrome/intl/en/eula_dev.html?dl=unstable_amd64_deb Enable Flash To enable flash you will need to add –enable-plugins to your shortcut […]
Below are my top 3 Chrome/Chromium extensions. All are .crx files, meaning one click install, and need the most up-to-date dev version of Chrome/Chromium and require that --enable-extensions is added to the launcher. Download links are provided.
Google have launched the official Google Chrome themes channel allowing for one click customisation of the super-fast open source browser. Google Chrome (and by extension Chromium) both support themes on Linux. (You may need […]
Chromium (Google Chrome’s test-bed version) is now sporting a new tab page with a rearranged look and a hint at extras to come later! Removing tabs is a simple ‘hover over, choose ‘x’) affair; you […]
Google have released the first official ‘Google Chrome’ for Linux! Woo! Etc! In all honesty, there is very little that distinguishes this official build from the regular Chromium builds that are released almost daily, bar […]
The latest build of Chromium (16060) bring with it an options dialog and a bookmarks importer! Several other updates over the last week have improved adding bookmarks: Article originally appeared on omgubuntu.co.uk
Google’s Chromium browser has broken free from it’s terminal, grabbed some GTK colours for it’s tab bar and continues to make big strides towards it’s first Alpha release. The current build (at the time of […]
In the latest daily build of Google’s Chromium browser, the familiar ‘Windows XP’ style tab bar was replaced with something less ‘polished’ that may be the first steps towards implementing full GTK themeing for the […]
The Chrome browser continues to take steps forward to an official Google-sanctioned release. Although the latest Linux updates for Chromium are not as drastic as the previous major update, small incremental steps are being implemented […]
The current testing builds of Google's Open-Source Chromium browser (I.e Google Chrome) hit a very welcome update today.