Extensions can be installed and managed through the Chrome Web Store.
With permission, they can also make changes to Chrome settings such as the homepage, new tab page, search engine, or start page.
Small programs that add new features to your browser and personalize your browsing experience.
Chrome Web Store
The Chrome Web Store allows users to customize their Chrome experience on their desktop by adding extensions. To install an extension, users must open the Chrome Web Store and click add extension. Extensions are trusted by Enhanced Safe Browsing and can be managed through the Extensions page.
Install and manage extensions - Chrome Web Store Help
The complete reference to all APIs made available to Chrome Extensions. This includes APIs for the deprecated Chrome Apps platform as well as APIs still in ...
API reference - Chrome Developers
Extensions - Chrome Developers
With your permission, extensions you install from the Chrome Web Store can make changes to your Chrome settings. Most changes enhance your browsing experience and make using the extension easier. Changes can affect settings such as your homepage, new tab page, search engine, or start page.
Extensions that change your settings - Chrome Web Store Help
To give your Chromebook more features and functionality, you can add apps or extensions. ... see your apps in your launcher, and your extensions in Chrome as ...
Add apps and extensions - Chromebook Help
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Our favorite Chrome extensions of 2021