Posts Tagged with "Chrome"

Dashboard for Chrome is a chrome extension that includes Notes, Calculator and More

Sunday, April 1, 2012

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Dashboard for Chrome is a nice browser extension that allows you to take notes and perform different calculations with in your Chrome browser without opening any other application. It is a handy extension for all those users who like to take notes and perform some calculations while browsing and feel distracted to open your Notepad […]

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He’s dead, jim – Chrome’s way of crash, error report

Monday, January 2, 2012


Google always reports the issues in a fun way. Today my Chrome is crashed and the chrome tab is shown with a sad tab, the page you see when a tab crashes.  “He’s dead, Jim!” is a catch phrase used by Leonard H. McCoy, a character from Star Trek. The complete message as shown in the […]

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Power your Internet Explorer with the Google’s ChromeFrame

Thursday, December 1, 2011


If you are using the earlier versions of Microsoft Internet Explorer, you may not be able to view many websites which are built with latest technologies properly. HTML5 is one the rapidly growing technology which enhances the end user experience with the support of many features. HTML5 specifications are still not final but the current major […]

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Google Chrome – Detachable Tabs

Friday, September 12, 2008


I started using Google’s Chrome  for the last 2 days. And I liked it very much because of its faster load and execution. Rearranging the tabs is a common feature in any tabbed browser like IE-7, Firefox. Chrome is gone little bit ahead and it offers detachable/attachable tabs. Yes, we can detach and reattach the […]

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