- Advanced REST client – testing XML interfaces
- Chrome Remote Desktop – It’s not half bad for remote access.
- Evernote Web – note taking and documentation, save me from have text files all over my desktop.
- Full Page Screen Capture – useful for capturing multi-page length screenshots
- Google Cast – displaying my output to a conference room TV
- LastPass: Free Password Manager – great password manager with plenty of options.
- Postman – REST Client – another client to test XML interfaces.
- Revolver – Tabs – when your monitoring the network over multiple tabs, this will switch through the tabs at a set interval
- Secure Shell – when all you have is a Chromebook, this will do just nicely thank you, else it’s PuTTY all the way.
- Spark View, Faster than any native RDP client
- TelePrompter – great little extension that will automatically scroll your webpage when you are “monitoring”
What extension do you rely on or find useful?
Note: This is a series of posts made under the Network Engineer in Retail 30 Days of Peak, this is post number 24 of 30. All the posts can be viewed from the 30in30 tag.
Hi Michael, did you try ScriptNo/ScriptSafe as a Chrome alternative to NoScript?
Michael McNamara says
I hadn’t but thanks for the tip, I’ll give it a try.