If you're running the Development ("dev") builds of Google Chrome and have already jumped in with a few extensions, like Xmarks' bookmark syncer, the latest update gives you a somewhat more convenient way to monitor and remove those add-ons.
Type chrome://extensions into a new tab, and you'll see something similar to the screen above. Reloading and uninstalling extensions that aren't quite helpful is certainly useful, but the buttons on the right-hand side could be a bit better explained. This is, of course, an early version of a tool stuffed into a development channel release, so we'll expect the look and feel to get a bit more polished in the "stable" channel.
Intrigued and want into the add-on manager? Change your Chrome settings to use the dev channel, and tell us what you'd like to see in a blue-sky Chrome add-ons manager in the comments.
[via Download Squad]