The new Google Toolbar beta for Firefox promises to mimic the Google Chrome browser even more. If you liked the most visited thumbnail tabs in your Google Chrome browser, the new Google toolbar beta will give you the same look now in Firefox!
The Google new tab page automatically provides up to nine image thumbnails and links for websites that you visit on a regular basis. Click a thumbnail to open a website or right-click it to access options in order to open it in another new tab or in a new window. Thumbnails won’t be displayed until Toolbar has saved at least three thumbnails.
If it reveals too much of your browsing habits to other public users on your computer, you can disable Google new tabs. Right-click the Google logo in the Google toolbar > Options > Uncheck “Enable the Google new tab page” and you are done.
You can also edit the thumbnails by clicking the Edit thumbnails link near the bottom of the page, and click the X icon over the thumbnail you want to remove. Over this add the Chrome Firefox themes and you might never miss Google Chrome again.
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