The newest Developer version of Chrome has introduced support for the
fantastic Windows 7 Jumplist. So, to see what you’ll be able to get soon enough:
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width="256" height="484" />As you can see, it supports Tasks, Shows you what you recently
closed, and gives you a list of your most visited websites for easy two-click access! And don’t
worry about something bad showing up. If you want to get rid of something, just right click and
“Remove from this list.”
You can also PIN any item you wish to the list!
Good going Chrome!
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