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Block Flash animations in Google Chrome

29 Mar

Are you interested in blocking Flash Animations on sites which slows up your PC speed on opening and the site which you like to open often .so here the solution through which you can just turn of the flash animations in your browsers. For this go to the Chrome Extension Gallery and I found a very good flash blocking extension. It’s called Flash Block.

The main benefit of using this extension is that you can reduce the memory usage, CPU cycle, web-page loading time and broadband usage charge. It will also block advertisements.

(click here to download)

how does it work..???

Once installed, Flash animations will show as a grayed out icon in your browser window. To view them, just click on them once.

The interesting thing about this extension is that, after installing, when you visit a site you will see a placeholder in the place of flash contents or flash videos. If you want to view the content, just click the placeholder, other flash contents on that page remains blocked.

we can also disable it manually by entering their URLs into the white list,from the extension options menu.

comment if you like it useful..


Some Useful Tips For Google Chrome

5 Feb

Google chrome is best emerged among the browser in the market. no doubt has very good efficiency and good speed among all the browsers available. google chrome is what I can say a user-friendly browser . even u can also make it working cool with some of my tips described below.

1. Make Chrome use less memory.

Google chrome is the multi tab browser. multi-tab browser means that each tab uses its own source of memory on your computer.this was designed to make online applications run faster. don’t worry about the memory space usage here is the solution  through which you can use the browser by your choice.


this is the default mode of you chrome .in this every tab takes it own memory and make each tab to run with its best speed  and make the browser stable. but it consumes memory


this will make a single process for unique site.if you have two tabs for Google and all other for maventech’ blog then they all will be listed in two process.


The simplest mode; all tabs run in a single process, much like the other browsers we have now. This setting frees up memory for other applications.

Create a shortcut for Chrome. Open the Properties tab. Edit the Target field as shown in the picture by appending –single-process to the path.

2. Manage tabs with the Task Manager

This is an offshoot of Google Chrome’s multi-process nature which allows each tab to run separate from the other. This allows us to manage, reload or shut down each tab without affecting the rest of our browsing. All this can be done through the Task Manager. PressShift and Escape to start the task manager or right click on the blue top bar. An unresponsive tab can be shut down without bringing down the browser by a simple press of the End process button.

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Google Chrome 4.0 unleashed

27 Jan

Google has released its 4.0 version with of course many enhancements. this browser could be downloaded from Google chrome site and even we can upgrade the existing version by following upgrade instructions. since chrome have come a far way and overcoming Firefox.

there are few differences in both the versions they are as follows

1. Bookmark synchronisation

If you’ve got a Google Account (who hasn’t?), Chrome will upload your bookmarks to the web. You can access them via a Google docs folder or even synchronize them all with any other installation of any other browser. As far as I’m aware, Chrome’s is the only browser which gives us this facility.

2. Extensions

Extensions  were not supported in earlier versions but with release in version 3.0 we have to add extensions in command line parameter to the Chrome shortcut.but with the release of this version extensions are available and with the increase in the version they have introduce around 2000 extensions at google website

I like Chrome. It’s a great if you’re surfing the web or using online applications and need a fast, stable browser. In my opinion, Firefox still offers a better all-round experience for power users and developers, but Chrome is catching up fast.