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Thursday February 11, 2010 6:04 pm

Google Chrome for Mac and Linux picks up extension support, bookmark sync

Posted by Andru Edwards - Categories: Google, Internet, Software, Videos

For all of you running the Google Chrome browser on Mac and Linux platforms, you’ll wanna update to the latest version of the beta, which includes support for extensions, as well as bookmark syncing. There are already over 2,200 extensions available in the Chrome Extensions Gallery, so you can get a bunch more functionality in your browser, dare we say, a more Firefox-like experience, just by updating. Seriously, go do it. Oh, and if you need to see how it all works visually, hit the demo video above that Google put together.

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