Released a few weeks ago only to the developer version of Chrome, Google has now pushed out a full-on bookmark manager in the latest beta going out to users (version 0.4.154.25). Make sure you’re running the latest build (choose About Google Chrome and hit the update button), and then you can hit Ctrl+Shift+B to launch the new Bookmark manager, which isn’t as fleshed-out as Firefox 3′s but is a huge improvement over the older version. There are no tags or smart folders, but there’s a search box (of course) and a Recently Added area where you can quickly see newly-bookmarked URLs. See the rest of the updates and bug fixes in the new version here. Now that Chrome’s been out for three months and much of the hype has died down, are you still using the new browser from Google?
Google Chrome, the open source browser from Google gets abookmark manager. Google has released a new developer-oriented version of Chrome that brings better bookmark management to the Web browser. This version of Google Chrome is available only to the subscribers of Dev channel of Chromium. The latest development version is 0.4.154.18 which gets the new bookmark manager.
Another change according to the release notes is the popup blocker. Previously the pop-up blocker just minimized pop-up windows to the lower right corner of the browser window, create one ‘constrained’ window for each pop-up. Now, Google Chrome displays one small notification in the corner that shows the number of blocked pop-ups. A menu on the notification lets you open a specific pop-up, if needed.
Chances are you visit some websites on a regular basis. The New Tab page provides image thumbnails and links for those websites automatically.
Right-click a website to access options to open it in another new tab, in a new window, or in incognito mode. Click the Show full history link at the bottom of the page to see your entire browsing history in Google Chrome.
Links to tabs that you’ve just closed are stored in case you accidentally close something. Up to three links are displayed.
The most recently created bookmarks appear on the page for easy access.
Google Chrome saves a list of search engines that you’ve encountered while browsing the Internet. Search boxes for the ones you frequently use automagically appear on the page for easy access. You can search their websites directly from this page.
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