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Google Chrome has got Jumplists feature in Windows 7

Jumplist is a new feature in Windows 7 operating system that gives quick access to applications that are often used via right clicking on task bar icon. This is of course a very convenient and useful feature.

The latest developer build of Google chrome has got this new feature on Windows 7 which is really useful as it shows the most visited websites (I think only 9?), let’s restore recently closed windows/tabs and open the browser in incognito (like IE in Windows 7).

To get access to this update, you will have to download the latest Dev build. If you have installed the beta version of Chrome, you can try using the Channel Changer to install the latest dev build.

Google Chrome is my favorite browsers , it is a quite faster, safer and easier to use. Unlike Firefox and Internet Explorer it adds new features and improvements regularly and with the combination of minimal design and sophisticated technology, Chrome is going to change the browser concept. [via]

More details on how to get the latest dev build of Google Chrome using Channel Changer here.


  1. Yes I also love this new browser. Thanks for sharing such a useful information.

  2. Nice share. Thanks for the new feature jumplis, actually I was hearing it first. It seems to be quite useful in Windows.
    My best regards and expecting new contents every day.


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