A straightforward and effective Chrome extension that allows you to remove the word “actually” from all your Internet surfing sessions
It’s 2020 and we have enough problems on our hands as a society with the whole Coronavirus pandemic situation. Be that as it may, here’s a Chrome extension that allows you to solve one of the least pressing “problems:” the extensive usage of the word “actually” across the Internet.
There are a couple of interesting debates and articles about how detrimental the usage of this word can be for a conversation, both in business and in more personal situations.
If you want to remove “actually” from your vocabulary for whatever reason, a good place to start might be to remove it from your Internet searches altogether.
Remove the word “actually” from the web
This is where Actually no comes into play. There’s not much to be said about the extension. It can be found on the Chrome Web Store, and it can be installed in seconds just like any most Chrome extensions.
It lives in the browser’s toolbar in the typical place, on the right side of the address bar. There are no menus or even a GUI, you just install the extension and prepare to say goodbye to one of the most overused words on the Internet.
By most accounts, Actually no is an efficient extension since it does exactly what it should. The thing that you have to know is that the extension removes the word without any sort of feedback for the user.
For example, after the extension is installed and you were to look up the definition for the word, you’ll just see the definition.
Not important at all for some, and maybe slightly helpful for a handful of users out there, Actually no is a small and unique extension that does exactly what its name suggests and not much else.
We at AppsForMyPC have tested and used Actually no and it worked pretty smoothly 🙂 🙂