Let's use Linux on Google Chrome / Chromium

¡Download new extension de Let's use Linux guidance on Google Chrome / Chromium! It is simply a direct access but no one can deny that it looks great and is tremendously useful for quick access to the latest news on Linux and free software.

The installation of the plug-in must be done "manually" because for its publication in the online extension library Google requires that the developer who uploads it pays the modest sum of $ 5 (one time only). Honestly, I didn't think they were worth paying for. Furthermore, the "manual" installation is not that complicated, as we will see below.

Request: Are you already registered as a developer in the Google extensions library and would you like to help us upload this extension? Please don't hesitate to get in contact with us.


1.- Access the Tools> Extensions menu.

2.- Download the .crx file from Let's Use Linux.

3.- Navigate to the folder where the downloaded file was saved.

4.- Drag the file and drop it on the extensions window opened at point 1.

5.- A message will appear asking us if we want to install. Obviously the answer is Yes.

From now on, when you open a new tab you will be able to access Let's Use Linux much more easily.

I hope you enjoy! I await your comments ...

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  1.   Luis said

    Excellent I install it right now!

  2.   Damian said

    that goes, that is useless, I want is the adobe flash plugin!

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