Current Chrome Extensions I use and you may benefit from

8 Current Chrome Extensions

Check spelling, style, and grammar in your browser


KB SSL Enforcer – Version: 1.0.19 Automatic security, browse encrypted.


Keep My Opt-Outs – Version: 1.0.10

Permanently opts your browser out of online ad personalization via cookies

Proxy Switchy! – Manage and switch between multiple proxies quickly and easily.



RSS Subscription Extension (by Google) – Version: 2.1.3
Adds one-click subscription to your toolbar.

Shareaholic for Google Chrome™ – Version: 3.3.7

The easiest way to share interesting webpages using Facebook, Twitter, Email, Gmail, Buzz, Reader, Bookmarks, and more…
StumbleUpon Extension – I downloaded this Wed June 22, 2011 because the Web SU extension was not working properly.


Web of Trust is a safe browsing tool, which warns you about risky sites that cheat customers, deliver malware or send spam.

3 Chrome extensions I use now

  1. AdBlock 2.15 – The most popular Chrome extension, with over 40 million users! Blocks ads all over the web.
  2. FullContact for Gmail™ 1.0.15 – Know everything about your Gmail contacts, right from your inbox.
  3. Shareaholic for Google Chrome™ 5.8.1 – The easiest way to share & bookmark great content from anywhere on the web with Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest & 200+ other services.

I saw too much browser freezing when I had the 8 extensions installed. These 3 have been stable for me. What absolutely made Chrome unusable was when I installed the Google Drive extensions for Excel/documents. If your browser is freezing, disable your extensions and try it again. What is amazing is that Chrome works as well as it does. Every now and then I try other browsers like Safari and it just doesn’t have the stability and speed that Chrome does. I stopped using Firefox once Chrome was out. Safari would be nice if it were more stable. It just doesn’t integrate well with third-party extensions.

As you may have noticed I like to look at StumbleUpon and they have a browser plugin to help you share to other internet services. So in Chrome it works easily, but in Safari the function is hidden and often is slow to respond. I tried using it for a couple weeks but I was less productive. At the end of the day we have to be able to do our jobs right?

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