Windows only: Google Chrome's new tab page gives you quick access to your most visited web pages—but if that's a privacy concern you can now disable it with a user script.
The Google Operating System blog highlights a very simple user script that hides all the content on the new tab page—to use it, you'll need to start by following our guide to enabling user scripts in Chrome, and then save the script into the new User Scripts directory. Once the setup is complete, you can simply open a new tab to see the change.
For more user scripting goodness, check out Better Gmail for Google Chrome.
Disable Google Chrome's New Tab Page [Google Operating System]