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ChromePlus adds new functionalities to Google Chrome

If you are a Google Chrome user, you will also like ChromePlus. It is a browser built on Chrome and contains all Google Chrome functionalities with some other new features like double click tab to close page, etc

Google Chrome is said to be the third generation browser- one of the fastest browsers in the world - but currently it does not have all the features that you would want. ChromePlus is a free browser and has some added features to enhance your browsing experience.

Currently, ChromePlus has 5 extra features:

1. Double click tab to close page.
2. Mouse Gestures - save your time and make you feel more fun
3. Super drag – drag and drop links, text, etc
4. IE tab – display pages in IE mode
5. Download tools supported in context menu - supports downloads tools like Flashget, Orbit, etc through the context menu.

ChromePlus works on WinXP/Win2003/Vista/Win7. Download ( portable or installer)ChromePlus.


  1. Thanks dude for clarification.

  2. Will give this a try!!
    I don't know why google is taking too long to furnish its chrome browser. Everyday week new beta version is out.


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