This simple Chrome extension makes new tabs gorgeous

Google's backdrops are great, but Apple's Aerials are awesome. We've talked about how easy it is to bring Apple TV's excellent Aerial screensavers to Android TV. It's also possible to use them as your Mac background. And for everyone else — especially those of the chromeOS variety — it's also possible to use them as what you see when you fire up a new tab in the world's best browser. Here's how to do it: Install this Chrome extension. Open a new tab. (I'm a fan of the Ctrl-T method, you might be a mouse clicker. To each his own.) And that's in. Inside that new tab you'll see the gorgeous aerial screensavers Apple's left open for folks to do with as they please. Chromebooks The best Chromebooks Chromebooks in education: Everything you need to know Should you buy a Chromebook? Chromebook Buyers Guide Google Pixelbook review Join our Chromebook forums

date: Tue, 31 Jul 2018 16:33:26 +0000