Chrome and notepad++ are now free to download from Google’s official Chrome website, but some users are still using notepad files to access news feeds.

A new version of Chrome, version 54, is now available for download from the Chrome Web Store.

Chrome 54 also includes a number of bug fixes and performance improvements.

One notable feature is the ability to add notepod links to a news feed.

This is particularly useful when viewing multiple news feeds in a single tab or using Chrome as a standalone browser.

For example, if you are reading an article and need to get a refresher on the latest news, just hit F8, select Notepad and then paste in a link to your news reader.

The notepad extension is available on the Chrome Store and will automatically install once the Chrome browser is installed.

In the Chrome 54 release notes, Google says that some notepadd functionality will be removed in a future update.

Notepads are one of the many apps available to access and share news, news aggregators, and social media.

Using Chrome’s browser to access Google News from your computer or Android phone is a relatively new feature, but Google has been steadily expanding the Chrome Browser app to allow you to access the content on your device without having to log in to Google.

If you don’t have access to a Google account, you can download the Chrome Client from Google and run the browser in the background, using the full Google login credentials.

Google’s Chrome browser for Android is available for $1.99 per month, and Chrome for Mac is $1 a month.