If you use Google Chrome often, chances are you probably have a few (or many) extensions installed and visible on the add-on bar. As an avid Chrome user with most of my work dependent on extensions, I found a quicker way to troubleshoot possible extension issues by enabling and disabling Chrome extensions and apps with literally one click.
Articles by Kim Barloso
it’s not possible to play music in Google Drive, but installing a Chrome extension allows users to play music straight from the Google Drive directory,
Most spelling and grammar checkers in word processors spot obvious writing errors, but not the less obvious ones. Slick Write is a web service that analyzes writing errors as well as performs the usual spelling and grammar check.
If you’re looking for a built-in tool to convert files in Google Drive, then try DriveConverter, a web app and Chrome extension specially built for Google Drive. It offers more flexible conversion features for documents, images and music files.
Filling out lengthy forms can take up much of our time, especially when the information gets lost after submitting it due to a timeout error or a site crash. Lazarus can help prevent this from happening by saving data on forms and retrieving them for you in case you need to resubmit it.
Browsing through several tabs within a browser can get tedious and confusing at times, especially when you’re skimming through tons of information from different web pages. If you use Firefox, the Tab History Menu add-on can help you see tab history with barely a click of the mouse.
You might come across a webpage with several links that you want to check them out. If you’re looking for a fast, efficient way to open links in the fastest way possible, then LinkClump might just help you with that.
Researching on the Internet can sometimes be cumbersome. The Save Text To File extension for Firefox allows you to save highlighted text in any web page into a .txt file, then save it in any location on your hard drive.
SendTab is a fast and easy way to share and instantly open web links from one device to another, with literally just two clicks. If you find yourself having to tediously save or email a link to yourself to open it in another PC, then this nifty Chrome extension will be of great help.
If you work with computers a lot and find that your eyesight isn’t as good as it used to, you’ll be happy to know that a Firefox add-on called NoSquint allows you to zoom in and out the text of a webpage.