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Session Saver – Session Manager Extension

by Chrome Blog on August 15, 2009

Save, Load, Manage Sessions On Google Chrome

Google Chrome is getting improvements with every update and so is its extension’s system. A developer at our forum twinsen, released a very handy addon/plugin for Chrome on our forum, Session Saver. It is basically a session manager which lets you save, manage and reload multiple sessions in Google Chrome.

Session Saver Features

  • Saves All the open tabs accross all Google Chrome Windows
  • Save Multiple Sessions and name them as you want
  • Loads all the urls from the saved session in current window in different tabs
  • View urls in a saved session prior to opening it

Once installed, the extension adds a small “save” icon to your browser toolstrip.

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Clicking on it opens a small extension pop-up window, where you can save the existing tabs as a new session, or load a previously saved session. When you save a new sesssion, all the tabs which are opened at that time would be saved.

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If you want to see what tabs are stored a particular session profile, you can do so by clicking on “ShowUrls”, it uses Chrome Sticky Notes Extension to show you the urls of the tabs stored in different sessions. Please click on the link to download sticky notes extension.

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Installation & Support

Download : Session Saver Extension - For Latest Chrome Dev 3.0.197.11+ - V: 0.13

Please refer to the Session Saver Support Thread for latest updates, changelog, feature requests and more.

This is the first instance when a functionality of an extension is coordinated by another extension in Google Chrome. So nice signs for the future extensions developement!!

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Chrome Sticky Notes Extension: Write, Save And View Notes From The Browser

by Chrome Blog on June 17, 2009

Inbuilt Sticky Notepad

Yesterday, i made a post where people can request what Chrome Extensions they need, and needless to say the post got loads of comments and requests from users pointing to their most wanted extensions and addons. One of the guys asked for a notepad feature in Google Chrome which allows you to write down notes and save it from the browser itself and can be viewed later on directly from the browser.

Today, another of our forum member, Waha, made this extension a reality. It is called Chrome Sticky Notes which adds a little notepad icon on your Google Chrome Toolstrip, clicking on which an inbuilt browser notepad pops up.

Chrome Sticky Notes

Chrome Sticky Notes Features:

  • Adds a Inbuilt Sticky Notepad feature to your google chrome
  • Option to save your sticky note for future reference
  • A separate notepad pop-up window which saves your browser window space
  • You can view your saved note even if you restart your browser
  • A notepad icon on the bottom toolstrip for easy access
  • Well Illustrated Icon – Shows whether there is some text in there or not.
Chrome Sticky Extensions Icon
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Installation And Support:

Extensions are only supported on the Developers Channel so far. So you need to have the developers version of google chrome installed. Please see our earlier post on how to install an extension on google chrome, however, if you are already on the Dev Channel simply click on the download link below and it would ask you to install the extension straight away.

Download : Chrome Sticky Notes - For Chrome 3.0.197.11+ (lots of bugs fixed) - V: 1.2

For support regarding installation of this extension, latest versions, bugs fixed etc or any plugin trouble-shooting, please refer to the Chrome Sticky Notes Thread.

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How To Stop Google Chrome From Sharing Data With Google

by Sagnik Roy on May 21, 2014

Google Chrome is undoubtedly one of the fastest browsers and has a horde of customizable features for users to make their browsing experience interesting and convenient. But in the process of doing so, Google Chrome is capable of and does send every kind of data entered by users back to Google. This is the main reason behind a faster working of the browser, but users should also be aware of the data being shared by Chrome or how to stop Chrome from doing that. [click to continue...]

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How To Export Bookmarks From Google Chrome

by Sagnik Roy on May 16, 2014

Bookmarks saved in Google Chrome can be easily transferred to other browsers which come in very handy for users who work on different browsers and switch them very frequently. These bookmarks can also be saved as a bookmark file and shared with others on different computers. Let’s see a step by step process on how to export bookmarks from Google Chrome and accessed in a number of other browsers. [click to continue...]

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Tweak To Boost Up Chrome Browser Speed in Android

by Sagnik Roy on May 15, 2014

A secret setting tweak lets Android users boost the speed of Google Chrome browser in their smart phones. By changing how much memory is being allocated to a particular app, users can improve speed of sluggish, slow-loading chrome pages and a Reddit user explains how. [click to continue...]

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Top 5 Google Chrome extensions for Screen capturing

by Sagnik Roy on May 5, 2014

Screenshots are basically the images captured by a computer to display its components on screen. This makes presentations with illustrations very handy. It can be used to demonstrate any working of softwares, hardwares or technical issues for better understanding. It is also very useful for troubleshooting errors. Google Chrome’s store has a horde of extensions which bring users this facility of screen capturing with a lot of other options too. Let’s take a look at the Top 5 Chrome extensions for taking screenshots. [click to continue...]

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Chrome Makes Data Compression Feature Available to Select iOS Users

by S.Roy on September 16, 2013

Select iOS users are now being offered data compression feature in the Chrome browser. In iOS devices, the feature allows Google apps integration and saves bandwidth by use of proxy servers of Google. However, Chrome Beta is not available to iOS users, as of now.

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Chrome 29 Comes with Omnibox Suggestions and other Enhancements

by S.Roy on August 22, 2013

The Omnibox has

always been a cool search feature in the Chrome browser. Now, Chrome 29 has gone a step beyond to offer users better auto-suggestion in the Omnibox based on the recency of sites that have been visited. This is aimed at making suggestions more well-timed and contextually relevant.

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Vulnerability in Google Chrome Allows Password Access to Hackers

by S.Roy on August 8, 2013

It is well-known that most web browsers can be compromised, albeit to some extent, by users with malicious intent. But a shocking discovery of a security flaw in the Google Chrome browser has brought to light that only a few mouse clicks can let anyone access all saved passwords in a list.

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Chrome for Android Has a Stable Update with Improved Features

by S.Roy on July 16, 2013

On Wednesday, Google announced the stable update for Chrome for Android. According to the company, the latest version would come with more than one enhancement that users of Android devices would love and appreciate.

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