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The app lets you use the Arduino Create on Chromebooks. You can then code online and save your sketches in the Cloud. Then you can upload them to any Arduino board connected to your computer, and do it all without having to install anything locally.
A sustainable solution making the most of existing hardware: Use Chrome OS Flex to maximize the life of your existing device fleet. Rather than disposing of aging PCs and Macs, refresh them with a modern and fast operating system to reduce e-waste.
Visit the Chrome OS Flex website to learn more, get installation instructions, and see certified devices. Additionally, if you want to combine modern computing with cloud-first management, you can start a free trial of Chrome Enterprise Upgrade to secure and manage your Chrome OS Flex devices.
Rather than have you stumble blindly through the Chrome Web Store to find the best extensions, we've compiled a list of several dozen you should consider. Some are unique to Google and its services (such as Gmail), but most extensions work across operating systems, so you can try them on any desktop platform (especially on Chromebooks); there may be some versions that work on the mobile Chrome, too.
All of these extensions are free, so there's no harm in giving them a try. You can easily disable or remove them by typing chrome://extensions/ into the Chrome address bar, or right-clicking an extension's icon in the toolbar to remove it. Every extension must have a toolbar icon; hide them without uninstalling by right-clicking and selecting Hide in Chrome Menu.
Don't limit yourself to basic screenshots. Make them awesome by annotating them with shapes, arrows, and text comments. One click uploads an image to AwesomeScreenshot.com for storage on Google Drive and sharing quickly to social media.
Diigo is a nice mix of social bookmarking and a full info grabber. This extension puts the service to work, letting you bookmark, archive, and annotate everything you see online. You get 500 bookmarks for free, but Diigo will charge you(Opens in a new window) $40 per year to ditch advertising and add unlimited image storage and webpage backup.
Sometimes a video depicting what you're doing online is the best explanation. Make one quickly with Loom, a video screen recorder that allows voiceovers and can add your webcam mug in a corner. Shoot the current tab alone or the full screen. There's no limit to how much you can record, even for free.
If you hate pages full of ads and weird formatting, install Mercury Reader(Opens in a new window). With a click (or keyboard shortcut), it reduces the \"noise\" on a page so you see only the text you want to read, with a typeface you can manage, in a dark or light theme. Share what's left via social media, print it, email it, or send it to your Kindle to read later.
Microsoft's OneNote app/service does a lot of the same things as Evernote, maybe even better. Now with its own Clipper extension, it can do them in Chrome or Edge. Use it to save anything you see online.
Need to make a video out of what you see in a Chrome tab Screencastify will do it without requiring any other external software. It works beyond the confines of the browser tab, recording the whole screen if you desire, including your webcam thumbnail. Animation tools like highlighting a mouse in a spotlight help with visibility. Videos are easily saved to YouTube or Google Drive. The free version allows videos up to 10 minutes long.
Lots of people prefer to read on their Kindle devices or apps. If you find a webpage with a longform article on it, use Amazon's extension. It will reformat pages and send them directly to your Kindle device or app of choice for reading later. You can even get a preview before you send it. (If you have another ebook reader that uses ePub format, try dotEPUB(Opens in a new window).)
Need some ambient background noises to help you stay focused Noisli in Chrome(Opens in a new window) provides a drop-down menu full of them to play, with a sleep timer to turn the sound off. You can also use it from the web or get the apps for iOS or Android. The free version is limited to 16 sounds and only streams up to 15 hours per day.
Sometimes you gotta print a web page. Then you're stuck wasting ink printing advertisements. This extension removes all the navigation and commercials from the page when you print, optimizing them for reading. It can save pages direct to PDF if you prefer.
This extension works with scripts you download from userstyles.org(Opens in a new window) to transform the look of websites. There are thousands of theme scripts that can help you improve your browsing on Reddit, YouTube, Facebook, Tumblr, Google, Twitter, and elsewhere.
Stop refreshing web pages to look for changes. With Distill, put in the site and conditions you're looking for, and it will alert you via push, SMS, or email when a change happens. Monitor up to 25 pages or sites for free with updates every six hours. Get it for Opera and Firefox, too.
Put an RSS feed right on the bookmarks toolbar of Chrome (also Firefox and Edge). Feeder(Opens in a new window) instantly tells you when there are new posts on your favorite RSS/Atom feeds and makes it easy to subscribe. It also has different themes so you can change how it looks. The free version supports 100 feeds with an update every two hours.
Abine Blur is a favorite service of PCMag. This Chrome extension puts all of Blur's great privacy options right in the browser. It creates and stores strong passwords, blocks trackers, masks emails, and more. Most of it for free. The full version will cost you $39 per year.
LastPass is a PCMag Editors' Choice winner for free password managers (the Premium version also gets a nod). It works across all operating systems, mobile devices, and, of course, web browsers, thanks to extensions like this one. It also imports stored passwords from other tools. There's no limit to the number of passwords stored and synced, even on the free version.
Do you trust reviews for products online You probably shouldn't since 39% of them are totally unreliable. Another option is to use Fakespot(Opens in a new window) to analyze the reviews on the product you're interested in.
Honey (owned by PayPal) automatically sees what shopping site you're on, and provides a drop-down list of applicable coupons (or links right on the site to get better deals). It will also automatically apply all the coupons it can to your checkout service on select sites, so you're not cutting/pasting/typing obscure, long codes. (Honey is free, but that's in the eye of the beholder, because it's collecting data. And Amazon hates it enough to tell you it's malware(Opens in a new window).)
Like to get warehouse deals and buy used/returned products to save money You can do that on Amazon but it's a pain to find them. Or it was before Saleboat came along to display them right on the Amazon page along with the new products.
Perfect your social media artistry with Pablo, which sizes graphics you find online or from your drive, so they're always a perfect fit on sites like Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. It even comes with photos courtesy of the Unsplash free stock photo site.
Those with an egregious number of tabs open agree that this manager might be the best way to see and organize them all in one place, save them for later, recover tabs after a crash, and export tabs for sharing.
Sometimes you just open too many tabs. Exceed 20 and the Chrome interface is nearly impossible to use. This extension manages the overflow, providing a bird's-eye view of open tabs. It can search the open tabs and sort them by domain, title, or creation time.
Most people like Halloween, but everyone loves free stuff. As such, you may be excited to hear that from now until November 15, you can log into Fortnite and get awarded a collection of free goals to work toward for sweet Halloween-themed cosmetics. Even better, you have even longer than that to complete the challenges and earn the freebies. The ultimate prize is the brand new Chrome Punk skin, which looks pretty cool and clearly fits with this chapter's ongoing chrome theme, so read on for how to score this skin and its accompanying cosmetics.
GetProspect LinkedIn email extractor visits the targeted profiles on LinkedIn and extracts the data from them: name, location, company details, summary. Based on the extracted company domain and company email pattern, GetProspect finds and verifies the email address.
With just a little bit of effort, there's a lot you can do to limit Chrome's memory usage. If your browser seems to be always chugging along, this article will help you reduce Chrome's memory usage and free up RAM.
With Chrome extension TooManyTabs, you can choose exactly which tabs to temporarily close. Use the extension to close the tabs and reopen them in the same place, so you can easily pick up where you left off. This is handy for limiting how much RAM Chrome uses while making it easier to stay focused with fewer tabs open.
If you want to suspend every single tab, OneTab is a better option. The extension collapses every single tab you have open without exceptions. It moves all the tabs into one list. You can then restore all tabs with one click, restore selective tabs, or close them all permanently.
An excellent way to see if you need these extensions is to disable them rather than remove them. A month later, go back to your extension list, and if you haven't felt the need to turn any of these extensions back on, you can go ahead and delete them through Chrome's extension manager.
CloudFlare can help you secure an SSL certificate for free regardless of what server side infrastructure you have. It also works for sites that are hosted on platforms that do not provide server access such as GitHub Pages, Ghost and the likes.
I downloaded a few ad blockers to see which was best. I left them on for a month and came back to check on them. So far, the others hav