Google’s Chromecast device has been around for a few years now. The simple and inexpensive flash-drive-sized screen broadcaster has earned itself a faithful following, but it’s not stopping there. With the newest update, you might even be able to ‘cast’ your desktop or mobile screen to a nearby device before the end of this article.
According to Statcounter’s April web browser usage report, Google Chrome accounts for over 60 percent of the market share. However, out of all those people how many are employing any of the truly helpful extensions offered in Chrome’s web store? The answer is almost certainly less people than the number of those who have problems that could be easily fixed by one of these extensions.
Ever since its initial release back in 2008, Chrome has been one of the most popular and widely used browsers in the world. Its speed and performance are top notch when compared to other browsers available in the market. As with other browsers, however, Chrome can be slow at times due to some of its features and extensions.