Let’s face it. On a typical desktop or laptop computer, we spend most of our time using one particular application: our web browser of choice. For probably two-thirds of us, that’s Google Chrome, with the remainder of us split between Apple Safari, Microsoft Edge, and Mozilla Firefox (plus a tiny percentage of others). We may access our email through our browser, and we certainly spend a lot of time on online genealogy websites.
When browsers were first developed, they could do the basic stuff well enough, but eventually the users demanded more features, and sometimes they asked for things that the browser developers themselves weren’t ready to add. This is where browser extensions come in. By adding these mini-apps to our browsers, we give our browsers superpowers.
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