Good news for all those who had been complaining about Chrome not having extensions, Chrome will have some before Google I/O developers conference in May, to make it usable to its max potential. The browser is already out supporting user scripts and the same can also be improved to create better extensions. Users can customize Chrome theme crawl further up in the browser market. The dev team has a document that explains how those extensions work:">by using numerous APIs that let them modify download system, etc. All this will make Chrome ever more useful and help it crawl further up in the browser market. The dev team has a document that explains how those extensions work:
The extension process is a special type of renderer that controls rendering of the various pieces of UI that an extension wishes to add to the browser chrome. It is not able to interact with content directly – instead, the extension can arrange for user scripts to be injected into a page that the extension process can then communicate with.