Not lacking essential functionality, Chrome is now proving that it can do everything: from starting in Incognito mode by default for better browsing safety to reverting to using a single process for all its tabs to conserve resources. It can even make the images on a web page swirl and dance around like crazy, if you fancy something different.
1. Get more Omnibox suggestions
When you enter a search term into Chrome’s Omnibox URL bar, it creates a pull-down list of suggestions for matching sites. However, this is limited to a maximum of five sitesby default, which is a bit restrictive. This hack lets you increase that number.
Right-click on the Chrome icon (even the one on the Windows Start menu) and select ‘Properties’. In the resulting window, find the Target text box, add a space at the end of the line and the following text:
This will extend the dropdown menu to 30 items, but you can change this to suit your needs.