Free Memory Used by Google Chrome using the TabMemFree Extension


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When it comes to Google Chrome using your system memory, you probably noticed that once you have a few tabs going, things get a bit slower, and that’s likely due to the fact that each tab takes up a certain amount of memory, but you can now free some of the memory Chrome uses on tabs your not currently using by employing the Google Chrome Extension TabMemFree.

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Keep your place in an article with Google Chrome extension youRhere


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If you do a fair amount of reading of articles online then you might find yourself from time to time having to step away from an article only to have to find your place when you return to continue reading that article, but you can solve this issue with a simple Google Chrome extension called YouRhere which will highlight the line you were last on, so when you return you can pickup where you left off quickly, for more check out YouRhere for Google Chrome.

Use GNews to get Google News Updates in Google Chrome


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Instead of checking your Google News feed every few minutes to see what is going on, perhaps you use a Google Chrome Extension called GNews to keep you up to date with whats going on now, for more check out GNews for Google Chrome.

Converting a Bookmarklet to a Google Chrome Extension


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If you found a cool Bookmarklet or two and wish you could have them as a Google Chrome Extension perhaps this is possible, check out this article that will give you the steps you need to take to turn that Bookmarklet into a Extension HERE.

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