Enables browsing using only mouse movements
Use mouse effortlessly: Follow links without clicking and scroll pages without using a wheel. Just place mouse over appearing link or scroll icon, and the thing happens. Browsing web does not have to be as physical an exercise as what you are used to.
Click-free Browsing adds fixed navigation icons to the right side of a page. By hovering mouse over an icon, you can easily scroll the page, or go backward or forward in page history. Following a link, in turn, equals to hovering mouse over an icon next to a link, and the link will be clicked for you. Switching between tabs can also happen click-free.
Click-free Browsing analyzes address and structure of the website at hand, and user's mouse movements therein.
It checks out site address (URL) to determine whether to enable click-free functionality (depending on user settings).
It collects information about link locations and targets, window with and document height to target click-free icons correctly.
User settings are saved in Chrome internal storage. All other information is consumed on the fly within the browser. It is not stored or transferred anywhere.