Some months back our forum member Waha, had made a little batch program Add-On-Management which enabled users to easily manage their extensions in Google Chrome with simple command lines. However, being a batch program, it had its limitations.
A few days back, another of our forum member OpenNingia, made a similar program based on .Net Framework with a more graphical look than the previous batch program and with some more features packed into the application such as the Profile Backup and Restore. Lets take a look at the features of application.
Features of Chrome Extensions Manager
- Control Default Launch Parameters of Chrome : Once you run the application, you can choose how you want to launch Google Chrome. You can control whether Google Chrome should have extension or userscripts enabled or not.
- Manage Installed Extensions : Easily browse through the installed extensions on Google Chrome and enable, disable or delete the extensions from the application itself. There is also an option to arrange your toolstrip order in the way you want, however this function is perhaps not that useful as you can do that by dragging/dropping more easily in Chrome itself.
- Developed Extensions Management : If you are a developer then this feature would surely help you. You can easily organise, manage and package your extensions using this application.
- Profile Backup And Restore : You can now easily backup and restore your Google Chrome profiles and maintain them. Restoring a profile will override your existing profile.
Installation And Support
Download: Chrome Extensions Manager .Net - For Latest Chrome & Chromium - V: 220.127.116.11
For this application to work, you need to have NET Framework 3.5 SP1. You can download it here, if you do not have that already. Just extract all the files in the package above and double click on “Chrome.ExtensionManager.NET.exe”.
It works on Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 for Chromium and Google Chrome.
For any support queries, suggestions and improvements for the application please refer to the support thread.
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