Google Chrome

Google Chrome is a free web browser developed Google and is available for Windows, Mac and Linux. Read tips and tricks to help you master Google Chrome.

Google Chrome Gets a Web Accelerator

The original Google Web Accelerator is no longer available but some of the functionality to make web pages load faster been added to Google Chrome itself with Instant Pages.

Open Websites in Google Chrome from Firefox

Open web pages or even hyperlinks in Google Chrome from Firefox itself. If are using Firefox along side Google’s browser, this “Open in Google Chrome” extension might come handy – it lets you send web sites and links directly to Google Chrome from Firefox.

How to Get Full Feeds inside Google Reader

Some websites, BBC News and CNN for example, offer only a headline and a short excerpt in their RSS feeds but you can easily convert these partial feeds into full text and read the full story right inside Google Reader itself.

Play Katamari on any Website in Google Chrome

This Google Chrome game is inspired by the popular Katamari game where you are given a ball, known as a Katamari, that you have to roll to collect as much stuff as you can.

How the Google Chrome Commercials were made

While the Chrome TV Ad was made by employees of Google Japan, Google hired external advertising agencies – Glue in London and BBH Labs in New York – to produce video ads for Chrome on Mac.

Google Chrome for Linux and Mac

Google Chrome for Mac requires Mac OS X while the Linux version of Chrome supports Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora and openSUSE Linux.

The Simple Things Missing in Google Chrome

Google Chrome has been around for more than a year but there are few very basic features are still missing in Chrome. I am not talking about extensions or toolbars here, just the very simple stuff.