If you’re using Chrome as your default browser — and if you’re not, you should be — then you’re probably weary of seeing the “Most Visited” thumbnails that appear when you create a new tab or window. This extension fixes that and replaces it with a completely blank screen. I wish I’d started using this a long time ago. It makes for a much cleaner user experience, and removes any worry when screensharing with coworkers or screencasting in a professional context.1

  1. Why broadcast to everyone what your top 6 most visited websites are? Regardless of their respectibility, there’s just no good reason to concede your privacy like that. ↩︎