Google Chrome extensions

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by Saraceno, Jan 17, 2010.

  1. Morro

    Morro Registered Member

    Yeah i noticed that as well, most annoying. But i use this search engine...which despite it uses google, it does not help Google. :)
  2. pegas

    pegas Registered Member

    Thanks for info. I am glad I am not alone. I thought it could somehow relate to the localized Store but now it is clear it has nothing to do with this and it is rather a common issue. Wish Google has sorted out this soon.
  3. Sordid

    Sordid Registered Member

    Addictive Tips' top 100 Chrome extensions of 2013:

  4. GrafZeppelin

    GrafZeppelin Registered Member

    100 extensions and no sign of HTTPSB, ABP or Chrome Adblock, or YouTube Options.
  5. CrusherW9

    CrusherW9 Registered Member

    Does anyone know if there is a chrome extension that allows for selective cookie control? I want to keep the two-factor cookies while clearing everything else on exit.
  6. tlu

    tlu Registered Member

    Vanilla Cookie Manager
  7. CrusherW9

    CrusherW9 Registered Member

  8. Dragon1952

    Dragon1952 Registered Member

    It looks like a have a Chrome and Dragon Extension for Google Wallet that can't be seen under Extensions....I can't find it in Chrome itself, but I found it listed in CCleaner (Tools>Startup>Google Chrome). You can disable it from there it looks like.
  9. Morro

    Morro Registered Member

    Thank you very much for that tip Sordid, i found a few very nice extensions there. :)

    My new list of Google Chrome extensions i use.

  10. johndoa

    johndoa Registered Member

    Only valuable google extension is delete any traces of google products on my machine. :blink:
  11. J_L

    J_L Registered Member

    Your list of companies to avoid is sorely lacking, especially if you're using a Windows machine.
  12. perit

    perit Registered Member

    Why does Adblock Plus for Chrome block less ads than Adblock Plus for Firefox? :doubt: Same filter subscriptions, same notebook ...
  13. avatar

    avatar Registered Member

    Chrome API for extensions is limited compared with Firefox.
  14. Pinga

    Pinga Registered Member
  15. TheWindBringeth

    TheWindBringeth Registered Member

    Pay-for browser extensions delivered through the browser manufacturer's official store seems consistent with the business model trends in recent years. I expect we'll even, eventually, see this happening in the Mozilla ecosystem as well. It may become much more difficult tough to avoid explicitly linking your browser and extensions to your real identity :(

    Perhaps it would be wise for more people to learn to write extensions and for everyone to fight for robust sideloading capabilities.