If you haven’t been following our latest Google Chrome Tips and Hacks, you will need to check out the following two posts:
Here’s the re-cap of Google Chrome Tips and Hacks #3:
Chrome Tips – How to install Greasemonkey scripts in Google Chrome – This is a simple howto for enabling your Greasemonkey scripts from Firefox.
Firefox Hack – Chromi Fox Theme for Firefox – You can install the Chromi theme for Firefox to make your Firefox look like Google Chrome browser.
Google Chrome WordPress Blog Theme – Someone has created a Google Chrome theme for your WordPress blog. Go knock yourself out.
Google Chrome Comic sold for $372! – Can you believe it? Someone bought the Chrome Comic book for $372!
Firefox and IE copies Chrome’s “Incognito” mode – Wow, this was a simple but surprising feature recognized by all major browser makers.
Chrome Hack – How to update your Google Chrome browser to the latest version! – Yes, this one is actually a hidden feature on the Google Chrome’s about page.
Chrome Tips – Learn how to add GMail Bookmark to your Chrome! – Yes, this bookmark allows you to jump straight to “Compose Mail” section of GMail on Chrome.
Did you know Google Chrome’s Address Bar is also a Google Search Bar? – Yes, Google did monopolize the search section and I am glad since I don’t use Wikipedia, Amazon, and the other stuff that much on Firefox.
Chrome Hacks – How to run Java and Java applets on your Google Chrome browser – You need to download a beta-version of the JRE (Java Runtime Environment) in order to run Java on Chrome.
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