Chrome Flags come and go at a rapid rate with some becoming fully-fledged browser features while others disappear forever. These features have been aptly renamed to 8220Experiments8221 by Google because they let you enable disable and customize various features that are yet to make it into the mainline Chrome release.

Some Chrome flags are semi-functional others are obscure things designed for the highly tech-savvy while there are some that don8217t really do much at all. So we8217ve sifted through the crowd and picked out the Chrome flags that will actually have a big and positive impact on your browsing experience.

Note we update this list regularly to ensure that the flags we list are still available but sometimes an outdated flag may slip through the net. If that happens then let us know in the comments and we8217ll remove it.

Also read7 of the Best Google Chrome Extensions8230 Read more.

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