It's been an up and down couple of years for Google's Chrome Web browser.
When we first did a version of this story in January 2015, Chrome had about 22.65 percent of the browser market worldwide, according to Net Applications.
There is a vacancy in his administration for a computer programmer analyst, in the Department of Design and Construction.
Also, the store has add-ons to provide quick access to just about every Web app imaginable.
Rather than having you stumble blindly through the store to find the best add-ons, we've compiled a list of 100 you should consider.
Only Chrome and Microsoft's new Edge browser have gained, but Edge is only at 5.09 percent of the market.
in graphics hardware acceleration, and it isn't exactly known for respecting user privacy (just like its parent company).