🎂Happy 10th Anniversary, Google Chrome!

Today marks the 10year anniversary of the launch of the most popular web browser Google Chrome. The first version went online on 2 September 2008 as a simple and fast web browser for Windows XP and later, with 43 supported languages. In December 2009, Google released beta versions of Chrome for OS X and Linux.
And finally, the Chrome extensions support was launched on 25 January 2010 along with Google Chrome 4.0.

10th Anniversary! Happy Birthday!

Happy birthday to you
Happy birthday to you
Happy birthday dear Google Chrome
Happy birthday to you

10th Anniversary of the Google Chrome web browser. Thanks to Google Chrome can you browse and search faster on the internet than any web browsers today.
The user interface is so different than any other web browsers and got this Omnibox feature. Omnibox that is a URL box that combines the functions of both the address bar and search box.
And Chrome is designed to automatically keep itself up-to-date. While you’re browsing, Chrome downloads updates in the background without interrupting what you’re doing. And the next time you open Google Chrome, you use the latest new version. The latest version gets the users secure with the latest security update, fixed bugs, and add new amazing features to enjoy the web experience even better. Thank you Google Chrome!

The Turn Off the Lights Chrome extension was since the start of the extension support available on 15 December 2009. And it is one of the unique and most notable extensions in the Chrome Web Store (formerly Google Chrome Extensions Gallery). Just like Google Chrome web browser (the Chromium project) is Turn off the Lights Browser extension an open source project. And available to everyone who wants to get a great dark experience.

Haven’t tried the new Turn Off the Lights Chrome extension? You can download the Turn Off the Lights Chrome extension on the Chrome Web Store. And if you have any questions or feedback for us, you can submit yours on the support page.