Organize Your Chrome Extensions Into Groups & Speed Up Your Browsing With Context

Organize Your Chrome Extensions Into Groups & Speed Up Your Browsing With Context

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Here’s hoping you have gone manic with your Chrome extensions and have installed a bunch of them. Well, at least I have…especially after Google updated the look of its Chrome Web Store and made it real attractive and effective. Installing Chrome extensions is easy as a click and you don’t...
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allthingsd.com
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techcrunch.com
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thenextweb.com
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9to5google.com
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