Posts Tagged ‘google chrome labs’

Google Chrome Compact Navigation Feature

Monday, May 16th, 2011

Here’s a simple-yet-helpful trick for Google Chrome users …

I like my web browser UI as compact as possible. To achieve that I have no problem of getting rid of some of the lesser used interface elements. Basic examples are compacting the menu or the bookmarks into a single button to save screen estate. Yes, even on a 1920×1200 monitor. Most developer efforts to reduce the interface elements aim at low screen resolution users. Netbook and tablet PCs come to mind where every additional pixel helps display more of websites and services.

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Google Chrome Now Disables Outdated Plugins

Thursday, October 7th, 2010

The people who create plugins probably hate this, but it seems like a good thing for Chrome users …

Web browser plugins are a main attack vector on today’s Internet. Especially outdated plugins increase the risk of becoming a victim of a successful attack. If you follow the news here on Ghacks.net or on other similar sites you may have noticed an increase in plugin vulnerabilities over the last years with Adobe leading the leaderboard with its widely used Adobe Flash plugin.

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