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New TMH Shortcuts v0.0.1.8779

Access a list of TechMania-Hosts.com services including cPanel™ Webmail™ WHM™ and more as well as place new orders.

Updated IP Address Tool v0.0.1.1145

View your current IP Address, Proxy IP, Proxy Host and see some more other additional information - all without opening an additional tab.

Official Feed v3.0.1.12235

The latest articles on Social Media News, such as Facebook, Google, Twitter, MySpace, YouTube and Technology News, Plus more from The Official blog for JordanTBH.

My Downloads v0.0.1.1725

My Downloads allows easy access to your downloads list. It's awesome for those who forget the Chrome shortcut keys more features coming soon.

New SwagBucks Launcher v0.0.1.1255

Introducing the SwagBucks NewTab Launcher for SwagBucks.com. It's free and available to download now on the Google Chrome web store.

Mailto: Hotmail/Outlook v1.0.0.0

Changes the "mailto:" protocol to compose messages via either Hotmail or Outlook using the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP). That's smart.

UploadMe v1.4.0.0

In addition to being able to access UploadMe on your Mac, Computer or the Desktop App you can now upload any image online to UploadMe via Google Chrome, within one right click and select - Its that simple

New GTA V Countdown v0.1.0.3515

A countdown to the release of Rockstar's GTA V for next gen consoles - The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

New Mario Theme 2 v0.0.1.3468

Introducing the new Mario Theme! Since releasing the first Mario Theme nearly two years ago we've since been flooded with questions, tweets and emails about updating the theme download today it's free.

Mario Theme v0.0.1.3468

A Nintendo Mario Theme for the Google Chrome web browser. Supports both Windows and Mac OS X.

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Updating Extensions
Chrome does in fact do a good job of updating your extensions automatically, but it checks for updates on its own schedule – around every two hours or if you relaunch Chrome. If you know that a new version of an extension is out but Chrome hasn’t updated it yet, here’s how to do it manually.
How to Manually Update Your Chrome Extensions
Chrome does have an "Update Extensions" button built-in, but it's a little hidden. To manually update your add-ons, just head to chrome://extensions in your address bar and click the Developer Mode button on the right side of the header. From there, you should see the "Update Extensions Now" button pop right up. Why it's hidden away as a developer feature we're not sure, but if your favourite extension updates and Chrome hasn't caught up, that's where you'll force Chrome to pay attention.