1: Enable plug-ins
Google’s Chrome browser supports plug-ins
. To see which ones you have installed, enter chrome://extensions in your browser.
2: Install extensions
Go to https://chrome.google.com/ webstore/ for a useful library of extensions to choose from. Use the Extensions section to find plug-ins.
3: Go developer
The developer category within the Extensions section contains
all the web developer tools, including some handy ones from Google itself.
4: Install at will
To install an extension, just click ‘+Add to Chrome’. You can disable and uninstall plug-ins by returning to the chrome://extensions page.
Tuning Google Chrome to work more effectively
Configure Chrome to work better for you
1 To keep Chrome at its best, ensure you regularly check your extensions are up to date and remove any you no longer need. Go to chrome://extensions to do so.
2 Go to chrome://settings to control basic settings. For instance, you can set the homepage and whether Chrome will remember the last page(s) when reopened.
3 Go cutting edge by downloading the latest developer version of Chrome – search for “Chrome developer release”. The current version introduces touch support.