Hm. Well, now...
When you say you want to 'make Chrome more safe'.....in what respect, exactly?
Chrome was the browser that introduced 'sand-boxing' for each individual tab. If a process gets out of hand, or freezes up in one tab, it shouldn't affect the rest of the browser. This was often the case with FireFox; something would go awry, and the entire browser would usually crash. Recent versions of FireFox are supposed to have implemented 'sand-boxing', following the lead set by the Chrome model. Not being a FireFox fan (frankly, it's way too 'clunky' & agricultural for my liking), I can neither confirm nor deny whether this is effective or not...
Need more specific information, please; it's never as simple as installing an extension, I'm afraid. Depends on the degree of security you wish to have, and just how much time you're prepared to put into the project.....there are an awful lot of individual settings you can change (the sheer number of combinations is mind-boggling.)
There are literally hundreds of extensions available in the Chrome Store, each purporting to improve one aspect of Chrome or another. A word about extensions, here: you could install every single one of these, if you so wished.....but Chrome would literally grind to a standstill. Fact of life; the more extensions you install, the more RAM required to run them, and the slower the browser becomes.....it then has to execute every single one of these processes, each and every time you move from one web page to another. It's a balancing act; judge which extensions are the most effective for your personal use-case, and use only them.
Edited by Mike_Walsh, 04 December 2016 - 06:51 PM.
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