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If you're using Chrome for web development and if you have some extensions running, when you check the Scripts tab of developer tools you'll see a bunch of javascript files used by extensions. Those files or better said extensions are not necessary during development process.

Do you know a way or maybe another extension to block all the extensions on particular tabs that you select? Thanks.

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You can use an incognito window, Chrome disables the extensions by default in that mode.

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Thanks, i ended up doing so before reading your answer :) – Sinan Feb 7 '11 at 18:31

No; disabling the extension is applicable to Chrome in its entirety.

You will notice disabling an extension in a new instance will also propagate to the existing instances as the extensions themselves are relational to the browser; not the tabs.

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