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Over the last few years, Google has taken progressively sterner steps to keep Chrome, its free-to-download web browser, a bastion of internet security. The most recent step was to lock down extensions, preventing those not sourced from the Chrome Web Store from being installed without jumping through various hoops. Now Google is offering a “Software Removal Tool” to purge unwanted nasties from the browser.
Web/Chrome: Panda combines top-rated stories and images from popular websites to keep you informed as well as inspired to make awesome things. You can even replace Chrome’s new tab page with it.
At the I/O developer conference earlier this year, Google announced that soon you would be able to run Android apps in Chrome OS. Today, that day has arrived. Sort of. For a couple apps anyway.
The camps for and against auto-correction are clearly divided. Either you like the extra assistance, or it’s nothing short of annoying. I fall into the latter group — seeing a red line under my mistakes is guidance enough — but if you prefer blinding typing away with little concern for the rules of language — and you use Chrome — an extension called Spell Bee could help you finally break free of your lexical oppressors.