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User Info: Shin_Gallon

Shin_Gallon
3 years ago#121
Zaltera posted...
And no, it's not functionally the same, it'd still be missing the separate search bar, which is a must-have for me.


There's an extension for that.


Still not sure why I should go to the trouble of adding all these extensions and tweaks to Chrome just to get it to be like Firefox instead of just using Firefox.

User Info: Zaltera

Zaltera
3 years ago#122
I never said you should, just that the option is available if you'd like to do so for whatever strange reason.
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User Info: alons1293

alons1293
3 years ago#123
I use chrome at home and Firefox at work. I actually like them both, but prefer Chrome, overall is smoother and faster for me.
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User Info: shdwdrgnix

shdwdrgnix
3 years ago#124
ssj4toegetta posted...
shdwdrgnix posted...
You do realize Chrome has a master password aswell

No I wasn't aware of it. Where?


settings -> show advanced settings -> passwords and forms -> enable master password

User Info: shdwdrgnix

shdwdrgnix
3 years ago#125
shdwdrgnix posted...
ssj4toegetta posted...
shdwdrgnix posted...
You do realize Chrome has a master password aswell

No I wasn't aware of it. Where?


settings -> show advanced settings -> passwords and forms -> enable master password


then again, it could be something that was added in to comodo Dragon.
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