#1 : Adthwart: as the name, Adthwart is equivalent to Adblock on Firefox with EasyList filter included. Also you could try Adsweep.
#2: Xmark for Chrome beta: same as Xmark on Firefox. You must have a Xmark account in order to use this extensions
#3: RSS Subscription Extension: this feature should be implemented in the final version of Google Chrome.
#4: iMacros: equivalent to iMacros on Firefox
#5: Chromium Delicious plugin: A Delicous plugin for Chrome. Added a button on toolbar for quick save.
#6: Clickable Links: For me, a link means that it has to be click-able.
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– Chrome for Linux finally hits beta.
Well, it’s still beta, and it doesn’t have all the features as Windows version yet, but it’s kinda stable.
One more thing: if you’ve already installed the dev channel version, you may need to uninstall that before installing the beta version — we tried to make that work smoothly, but a few rough edges remain — via Chromium Blog
– Chrome Extensions Gallery opens
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#1 : Startup time
I gotta say it’s freaking fast. It takes me less than 1 seconds for a cold startup. Isn’t that awesome?
My PC’s spec is pretty low with Pentium D and 2 GB memory.
#2 : Minimalist interface
Take a look at IE
The picture above was just for fun hehe. But even though, without those toolbars, Chrome interface offers much more space compare with other browser.
#3 : New Tab
This feature is first introduced in Opera and later, imported to Firefox with Speed Dial addon.
#4 : Better menu arrangement
This is what i’m talking about. “Open Link in New Tab” is above “in New Window”. Since i usually open link in new tab rather than new window, i usually mis-click it on Firefox.
#5 : Inspect Element Feature
I can say, it’s almost as good as Firebug on Firefox. Plus with the “mac-ish” interface, i really love this feature.
# 6: Extensions
Yeah, without extensions, there’s no way i would make a complete switch from Firefox to Chrome. At the moment, Chrome’s extensions gallery is in limited beta and only available for the developers. But once it’s out, Chrome will be a big challenger in the browsers war.
Chrome Extensions Gallery
However, when i clicked on the link to Chromium extensions page, it was just blank.