iMacros record your browsing activities

If you want to record all the activities on a browser, iMacros is free chrome extension that will allow you to record your repeated browsing activities. You can simply add iMacros extension on your browser. iMacros extension allows you to record browsing activities. The next time you need to do it, the entire macro will run at the click of a button.

To record your activities install iMacros on your browser then an icon will appear on the browser. Click on icon and record your activities.After record your activities click on play button macro will run. You can quickly and easily fill forms, remember passwords, create automated download & upload, data Extraction and more. You can keep the macros on your computer for your own use. iMacros supports Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome browsers.

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Read QR code on your browser without mobile device

QR code is used for most modern way to share link, most of the mobile have QR code readers. In mobile device, read QR code simply focus the QR image then it will automatically go to the link. In your computer QR code reader is very less. QRreader is useful extension of Google Chrome, It will easily read QR code from your browser and go the details.

You can easily add QRreader in Google Chrome.if you want to read any QR image simply right click on the QR image you can see an option “Read QR Code from image” simply click on that it will scan the code and open URL.

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Chrome new web browser from Google

Google Chrome is a web browser project by Google. Chrome browser is now officially available as a beta, offering the promise of increased speed, security and usability.

The browser will include a JavaScript Virtual Machine called V8 and open-sourced as well so other browsers could include it. One aim of V8 was to speed up JavaScript performance in the browser, as it’s such an important component on the web today. Google also say they’re using a “multi-process design” which they say means “a bit more memory up front” but over time also “less memory bloat.” When web pages or plug-ins do use a lot of memory, you can spot them in Chrome’s task manager, “placing blame where blame belongs.

Tabs, which were a key innovation in Firefox, have been innovated further on Google Chrome by putting them on top. Goodger noted that Google thinks of tabs as title bars for Web pages and apps.

Google also claims that it is improving security as well since it uses a multi-process architecture that renders each tab independently. So if a user has a bad application running in one tab it won’t crash or slow down the entire browser.