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Testing Chromium for real: day 2

Day 2:

I really started missing advanced features for managing my bookmarks, so I started looking for some plugins, helping me with this. Turns out I need more RAM. Chromium is incredibly fast, but with many tabs a freaking resource killer, at least more RAM consuming than Firefox.

Plugins / Extensions:

A great thing I have not mentioned yet, is that the extensions work on the fly. You don’t have to restart your browser to make them work if you just installed them.

  • Chrome SEO Sear Engine Optimisation tool that give you a quick overview over a sites indexed pages, pagerank and backlinks
  • Novell Moonlight a Silverlight implementation that just kept crashing on me. I’ve found some forums where similar problems on ubuntu appear, but I’ve been to lazy so far.

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