New Tab Manager
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New Tab Manager

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New Chrome extensions manager

This extension allows you to manage and test extensions that change the new tab in Chrome. You can install and uninstall extensions from the options page and enable or disable the installed. The new tab by default will be one that you have shown active in green. The installed extensions are shown first. You can test the installed extensions without change the default extension. The extension will remain active until you finish using the new tab created. Clicking in an installed extension you will assign this extension to the button . This way you can use two new page extensions at once: the defaul new Tab (one of the active installed) and the selected by you showed in blue. If there is not anyone assigned you will open the original Chrome extension.

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Alan MuenchFeb 2, 2020

The instructions are confusing.

1 out of 4 found this helpful
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Phuong TranDec 20, 2018

Great ext

7 out of 12 found this helpful
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Romzyyy03Apr 29, 2018

someone messed with my settings and added a comstume theme but there is no way to get rid of it. i even uninstalled google chrome and installed it back and it still came back the same. absolutely disgraceful

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Oscar de DiosDeveloperJun 12, 2018

Your problem has nothing to do with this extension, think a little bit before to write a bad review please.


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