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Minimalist Gmail Strips Your Gmail To Bare Minimum And More

Minimalist Gmail Strips Your Gmail To Bare Minimum And More

Love the functionality of Gmail, but hate the clutter? Wished you can customize the look and feel of your Gmail interface without having to dabble with the code? If yes, you got to try out Minimalist Gmail extension. Minimalist Gmail is a Google Chrome extension that gives you the power to strip your Gmail to […]

Six Best Chrome Webapps For Your Daily Use

Six Best Chrome Webapps For Your Daily Use

Google recently launched the Chrome Web Store which stocks Chrome “webapps” as well as Chrome themes and extensions. These free and paid webapps allow you to extend the functionality of your Chrome browser by installing small third party programs within your browser. we have outlined the method of installing and uninstalling these webapps as well […]

Chrome Toolbox Places Useful Features At Your Fingertips

Chrome Toolbox Places Useful Features At Your Fingertips

Have you ever encountered the situation where you have plenty of tabs open in your browser and one of them is blasting out loud advertisement video? Yes, I know, it is very irritating, especially when you don’t know which tab contains the annoying video and you have to flick through all the tabs to locate […]

Easily Convert A Web Page to PDF in Google Chrome

Easily Convert A Web Page to PDF in Google Chrome

I am not sure about you, but every time I came across a great tutorial on the Web, I will convert the content to a pdf file and keep it for future reference. Some of you might be pondering why I am wasting my time converting it to pdf since I can just bookmark the site. There […]

Hyperwords Lets You Obtain Web Information Faster And Easier

Hyperwords Lets You Obtain Web Information Faster And Easier

We have previously mentioned KwiClick that allows you to perform an interactive task (such as search in Google) after you highlighted a sentence/word/phrase. Hyperwords is another such extension for both Google Chrome and Firefox, only that it comes with more options and is faster. When browsing the Web, there will be times (plenty of times) […]

Google Chrome For Linux Now Comes With About:Labs Features [News]

Google Chrome For Linux Now Comes With About:Labs Features [News]

For Linux users who have been using the dev build of Google Chrome, you can now head over to the “about:labs” page and enjoy some Labs feature. The “about:labs” page has been around for the Linux build for quite some time, but unlike the Windows version, nothing was available. In the latest update of Google […]

Snippet: Enable Google Instant In Google Chrome Omnibar (Windows Only)

Snippet: Enable Google Instant In Google Chrome Omnibar (Windows Only)

Google recently release Google Instant, a new feature that enables you to perform real-time search. If you are using Google Chrome and is planning to integrate the Google Instant functionality to the search bar (aka omnibar), here is the way to do it. Note: The below method is currently available for Windows only. Mac and […]

How to Perform a “I am Lucky” Search From Google Chrome Omnibar

How to Perform a “I am Lucky” Search From Google Chrome Omnibar

In Firefox, when you type a search term to the address bar, it will perform a “I am lucky” search on Google and load the first search result. If the result is not available, it will show a Google search result page instead. This is one feature that I really like in Firefox. In Google […]

How to Run Chrome OS the Easy Way

How to Run Chrome OS the Easy Way

A few of us here at MTE have a bit of a crush on Chrome OS. It’s not just the system itself, it’s the fact that someone is finally taking the concept of an operating system in a new direction. We wrote a brief synopsis of Chrome OS shortly after the first announcement that showed […]

Recharge your Google Reader Experience with FeedSquares

Recharge your Google Reader Experience with FeedSquares

There was a time when I wouldn’t even think of moving all the RSS feeds that I read to the cloud and I swore by desktop-based applications like FeedDemon. This was before I discovered Google Reader. Nowadays, I use Google Reader to keep up with all my RSS feeds and while I’m not entirely in […]