One of the best features in Windows 7. Browser jump-list access previously limited only to Internet Explorer, has now been made available to the new developes build - Chrome version 22.214.171.124. according to a Cnet Editorial.
The groundwork for the stable version of Chrome is also reported on in other operating systems - Mac users of the developers build, which has been updated to version 126.96.36.199, now get chrome extensions enabled by default. Linux users, meanwhile, should no longer find Chrome crashing when reading their Gmail.
The jump-list can be accessed by right-clicking on the Chrome taskbar icon or by holding down the left mouse button and dragging, which mimics the Internet Explorer jump-list. However, the IE tag, called 'Frequent', is labeled 'Most Visited Sites' on Chrome, but both merely show your most frequently visited Web sites. Also lists of URLs are configurable on both, so you can remove sites from the list.
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