Open web pages or even hyperlinks in Google Chrome from Firefox itself.
If are using Firefox along side Google’s browser, this “Open in Google Chrome” extension might come handy – it lets you send web sites and links directly to Google Chrome from Firefox.
It can also be configured to always open certain web pages in Chrome – e.g. *google*, gmail, etc.
Install “Open in Google Chrome” for Firefox 3
Restart Firefox. Then go to Tools -> Add-ons -> Options and browse for the chrome.exe file on your Vista / XP / Windows 2000 machine.
In Windows XP, Google Chrome installs under \Documents and Settings\<user>\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\Application\ while in Windows Vista, Google Chrome installs in \Users\<user>\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\Application\
The Google Chrome Firefox extension can also be configured to open a group of website(s) directly in Chrome even if you try accessing them from Firefox.
For instance, you may add “yahoo” to the list and any site that has yahoo in the URL would open in Chrome automatically. That includes “maps.yahoo.com”, “news.yahoo.com”, “yahoo.com” and even “bbc.com/news/yahoo-shares.html” so be careful while picking these wildcards.
Credits: Grayson Mixon wrote the excellent IE View Lite add-on based on the IE View of Paul Roub. I just made some very minor changes to Grayson’s code to make it work with Google Browser instead of Internet Explorer. Therefore all credits for the extension go to Grayson as it is entirely built upon his code-base.