Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 10th Sep 2009 18:08 UTC
Google Probably the most often requested feature for Google's Chrome web browser was an extensions framework so that users can expand the functionality of Chrome in the same way people currently do for Firefox. Chrome has had an extensions framework for a while now, but it was turned off by default. They've now turned it on by default on the dev channel.
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RE: AdBlock
by OddFox on Thu 10th Sep 2009 22:15 UTC in reply to "AdBlock"
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I actually started using Privoxy for ad blocking and it's been working out quite nicely, plus it works in all of my web browsers (And I do so like to play with way too many of them at once). I personally like this method of blocking ads instead of using a plug-in for a web browser that has to be maintained to keep pace with said browser. Not saying AdBlock ever lags behind much but it eliminates the possibility of that being a problem too.

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