Google Chrome Extensions

Google Chrome extensions are programs that can be installed into Chrome in order to change the browser's functionality. This includes adding new features to Chrome or modifying the existing behavior of the program itself to make it more convenient for the user.

Examples of the type of functionality that a Google Chrome extension can add to Chrome includes:

  • Blocking ads from being displayed

  • Optimizing memory usage so that Chrome runs more efficiently

  • Adding to do lists or notes to Chrome

  • Password management

  • Making it easier to copy text from a site

  • Protect your privacy and making web browsing more secure.

Google Chrome Extensions

1. Extensity

Extensity is a extension manager that allows you to quickly enable and disable extensions as you need them. Normally you do not want to install too many extensions, especially ones that you do not use, as they increase the memory used by Chrome. With Extensity, you can quickly enable extensions when you need them and disable them when you do not.