Fully Customizable Toolbar

The navigation toolbar in Chrome has only a few fixed buttons, i.e., back/forward/reload/home. Slimjet has added a lot of additional buttons to the navigation toolbar so that you can access different features easily and quickly. The visibile buttons on the toolbar are customizable so that you can keep only buttons you need to avoid wasting screen area. To customize the toolbar, click the arrow button at the right end of the toolbar and select "Customize toolbar..." from the popup menu as shown below,

customize chrome toolbar

After that, you will see a dialog listing all the available toolbar buttons,

To add a button, drag a button from the left to right side. To remove a button, drag it from the right side to the left.

The toolbar buttons can also be placed on the right side or left side of the omnibox. To move it around, click the arrow button and select "Show toolbar buttons on left/right" from the menu. For example, here is a screenshot of toolbar buttons placed on the right side:

toolbar buttons on right


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Topic: customizable-toolbar.php
3/5 (18)
Arash says...
Where is the arrow button? No button bro
19th August 2020 10:50am
Phil D says...

Not on the right, the left, the top, the bottom.

5th April 2020 1:38pm
Giulio says...
28th February 2020 2:54pm
Martin Tembo says...
laslastest up customise toolbar
19th February 2020 7:43pm
Martin Tembo says...
19th February 2020 7:40pm
Joe W says...
Latest update can not remove buttons for f, a, and e. Do not drag, etc. I feel the long arm of google ramming something more down my throat. Why I got rid if Chrome. They want to drive everyone to Firefox. I give in
29th January 2020 1:26pm
Boris says...
"To add a button, drag a button from the left to right side." - I cannot do it! Buttons do not drag!
22nd January 2020 9:53pm
сергей says...
на этом браузере и остановлю свой поиск.
19th November 2019 9:22pm
Movie says...
Where is the Favorites Button in Linux?
In Windows is it there.
Cant understand this-
23rd October 2019 10:26am
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