5 Chrome Extensions for Lightning Fast Browsing

5 Chrome Extensions For Lightning Fast Browsing

Chrome is known as the fastest browser, but for some people even fastest isn’t enough. Moreover, Chrome is also a huge memory hog and may lead to a slower browsing experience on low-end devices. Thankfully, there are many Chrome extensions available that will help you get things done even faster on Chrome.

From loading pages faster to quick navigation, there is an extension for almost everything. Below we have compiled a list of the five best Chrome extensions to help you browse faster.

Tip: You can also install Chrome extensions in Opera if you like. I use these extensions on both Chrome and Opera, and they work flawlessly on both browsers. To Use Chrome extensions on Opera, install Download Chrome Extension in Opera.

This extension does wonders when it comes to loading pages faster. Web Boost uses a simple algorithm for this purpose. It comes with special website building blocks that are stored on your PC. These blocks are used by most of the popular websites, and with this extension active there will be no need to download these blocks every time you load a web page.


The extension claims that this method may lead to loading pages three times faster. It took me 1.23 seconds to load the homepage of this site with this extension enabled where normally it took more than 2 seconds. Additionally, it also blocks ads and spying services which also helps in the faster loading of pages. Don’t worry about privacy; the extension is open-source.

I didn’t have any problem with this extension in my two weeks of use. However, if you find any web page not loading properly, try disabling the extension on that page and reload (click on the extension button to disable).

As the name suggests, better Browser helps in making your Chrome better by adding a few automatic features. It doesn’t really do mits led, but it does help a little in browsing faster. The extension adds features like auto-scrolling to automatically load the next page, back to top button, floating search panel, a cross (X) button in the search form to easily remove keywords and a website favicon next to the search results.


All these little features help in performing simple tasks faster, even if that means saving a few milliseconds. It should be noted that the auto scroll feature only works in Google search. This is intended, so don’t expect too much (I was expecting more).

A slower PC leads to a slower browser, and if you are on Chrome and have loads of tabs opened, there is a good chance you are having a smooth experience. This is where The Great Suspender will help by suspending all tabs that are not used for a specific time. It is common to open multiple tabs and only use a few of them frequently.


This extension will suspend these tabs automatically and release all the memory they were taking. When you want to access that tab, just navigate to it or click in the middle (customizable) to reload it. You can also manually suspend a tab or multiple tabs with just two clicks. I have been using this for more than a month now, and it is doing wonders for me.


A very simple extension, but a really handy one, GooglePreview adds a preview thumbnail image of the web page in the search results. This can be useful in many situations such as you will already know what type of page you are about to visit, or maybe visual representation wI’ll be better for remembering a website than the name of the website. You can use such information to easily go through search results. The extension supports Google Search, DuckDuckGo, Bing and Yahoo.

If you spend a little time with Session Manager and customize it according to your needs, you should be able to save loads of time. It works very simply. It will save the current state of your browser, including all opened windows and tabs, and let you access it at another time. You can save multiple sessions this way to access required websites with a single click any time.


For example, you can create a work session with all the tabs opened that you require or a social media session that consists of all your favorite social media websites. Whenever you want to access them, just click on the session and everything will be loaded.

In today’s world, we just want to get everything done quickly. This applies to browsing as well; we don’t want to settle for a web page loading in two to three seconds or clicking twice if something could be done with a single click. You can use the above extensions to handle most of your daily online tasks faster on Chrome. They might not make a huge difference, but in such a fast-paced life, every second counts.


  1. I’ve been using The Great Suspender for a few weeks now and it is absolutely a resource-saver. I usually have a lot of tabs open on Chrome so my CPU usage would rise accordingly, but with the The Great Suspender, all of those other tabs to go the background and one simple click brings them up. You can also whitelist sites you need to see immediately, and you can choose how many minutes before TGS puts them in suspension. Very valuable app!

  2. I still think Chrome is the best browser out there. It’s fast and the extension support is great. I’m using the extensions https://start.me, LastPass and AdBlock to power up my browsing experience.

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