As the most common Internet browser, Google Chrome is in a position where they always need to be coming up with new draws to maintain their hold on the market. Their latest efforts may help them to do so. Let’s take a moment and examine what Chrome is implementing, and how you can use it to your advantage.
Chrome Actions take the familiar address bar of the Chrome Internet browser and add some extra utility to it. Rather than specifying a webpage or network location to visit in the address bar (known as the “omnibar” to very few of us), Chrome now accepts very basic commands as input, and will follow these commands when they are entered.
For instance, opening a window in Incognito mode is as easy as simply typing “incognito” into the address bar.
As of yet, there are a few Chrome Actions that have been implemented:
Of course, they come with the promise of more being added in future updates.
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Michael is the CTO at Aniar IT Services and has been working in IT for over 20 years.
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