1. Hi Sarah
    Looking at my Google Analytics statc Chrome is the most popular browsers used to access my sites so I’d agree with the figures.

    I use it because of the Chrome Developer tools for checking CSS attributes.

    Some great extensions in your list but I’m always bothered about using them just in case they slow down the browser.

  2. Currently i am not using any of them, but Quick Switch is something i would find useful, especially if it allows to use multiple logins on one site.

  3. Looks like the developers are listening – I have 4 logos, all in different colors. Thanks for the review.

  4. Great list!

    Question – is anyone else a little nervous about entering your admin url login and password for Niche Dog’s Quick Switch for WordPress? I clicked the link for his site and it was down. WHOIS didn’t give up much info on the domain either.

    1. I think it’s wise to know exactly who you are giving credentials to. I’d want to know more about who is behind this extension and how they handle it before giving credentials.

  5. Nice list of extensions. I had’nt known about any of these plugins. Some seem useful. Might come in handy sooner or later. Thanks for sharing this.

  6. Excellent list of extensions, which I will certainly be investigating and hopefully using.

    However, whereas I am a huge advocate of Google Chrome, it is worth mentioning that the global usage share statistics mentioned at the beginning of the article are from W3Schools’ own log files, not from an eclectic range of websites as you would prefer for a statistic of this nature – especially considering the numbers have been given as the reason for writing the article. People that visit the W3Schools website are not your average man on the street.

    Of course, Chrome still has a larger following, it is just not nearly as pronounced as this article would suggest.

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