Best Extensions are the things you must know in order to use internet skillfully. You can replace your everyday hard work by using these useful and amazingly awesome Best Extensions.

LastPass | Best Extensions



Keep your passwords in one place and log into accounts automatically

This is the one of the best google’s extension that i have been using for quite a time.It’s no secret that using secure passwords everywhere is a vital part of staying safe online, but when something like gLR6@z!kklEc is so difficult to remember, it’s tempting to use 123456 everywhere instead.

LastPass solves the problem by creating a different strong password for every site, storing it locally in an encrypted vault, and automatically filling web forms and logins as required. You just need to remember a single master password, and LastPass takes care of almost everything else on its own.


Lazarus: Form Recovery | Best Extensions


Avoid the frustration of losing data typed into online forms

We’re sure you know the feeling – you’ve just spent ages filling in an enormous online form (perhaps a tax return or insurance claim), you press the submit button and you’re presented with an error page. Perhaps your session has timed out, or your internet connection has dropped. Whatever the reason, when you click the back button everything has been erased.

Lazarus: Form Recovery helps you avoid grinding your teeth to stumps by saving form data as you type. The typed data can be encrypted, and is stored locally on your machine rather than being sent to third-party servers.

You can also disable certain domains so Lazarus doesn’t cache anything you type into your bank’s website, for example.


Evernote Web Clipper | Best Extensions


Clip web pages, chunks of text or bookmarks and read them later

If you’re researching a project, or just find yourself getting distracted by interesting articles while you’re trying to work, Evernote Web Clipper is fantastic.

When you find something you want to read, click the elephant icon and Evernote will let you save the entire article, a simplified version of it (with no pictures or formatting), an entire page, a screenshot, or just a bookmark.

You can choose which notebook it should be clipped to, and add tags and notes if you like, though this is optional. If you’re in a hurry, you can clip something with just two clicks. By default, Evernote Web Clipper selects your last used settings when saving a new clip.

Evernote Web Clipper also integrates into the context menu, letting you clip a page, screenshot or bookmark by right-clicking a page, and there are customizable keyboard shortcuts too.

When you have some time on your hands, log into your account on or using the web app and everything you’ve clipped will be there, ready to read.

Adblock Plus


Block ads and tracking cookies for improved speed and privacy

It’d be remiss of us not to mention Adblock Plus, the best-known ad-blocker for Chrome. Installation is quick and easy, and the benefits are obvious immediately. Just point your browser at an ad-heavy site, the Adblock Plus icon displays a running count of everything it’s blocked, and you’ll probably find most pages display far more quickly.

The other major highlight with Adblock Plus is its extreme configuration. Whether you just want to prevent the extension running on a particular site, maybe to avoid causing problems, or you’d like to use a completely new set of ad blocking rules, the Options dialog has tools to help.

I’ve also posted about the best Ad Blockers see here

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