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I use my GMail account both at home, and in the office, to sign in to Chrome. In my PC at home, I have a set of Extensions that I use a lot, like YouTube Actions, AdBlocker, HoverZoom, etc. But on my Mac in the office, I'd like to maintain a different set of Extensions like JSONParser, Any.Do, etc.

Is there a way to keep them differentiated?

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Can you sync the extensions the disable them locally or does Chrome sync the enable/disable status? –  Ramhound Sep 24 '13 at 20:40
    
@Ramhound Yes, Chrome also syncs the enabled/disabled status. The answer of Keltari works (disabling the syncing of extensions). –  Rik Sep 24 '13 at 20:51
    
@Rik I hate good at times give us 100% control of what is synced please.... –  Ramhound Sep 24 '13 at 20:57

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You can turn off extension syncing in Chrome.

Go to Settings, show advanced settings, advanced sync settings and uncheck Extensions

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