Simplicity is not bad but it'll only do good when implemented in a more sensual way. For instance, if you use a computer like a Netbook for instance, then you wanna get the most of out its already small screen and in comparison with most other web browsers, Chrome gives you a lot of "space" by default which is one of the reason why Netbook users love it some much, I think.
But there are few things that are pre-defined in Google Chrome for the good or for the bad. One in particular (which happens to be one of the most important features of all for some users) is the web-page "Zooming" feature. Now, by default we can easily zoom in or out web pages with ease in Chrome. But we cannot manually define the zoom levels, other than the values already embedded into it.
|"120" comes after "100"... no in-between values errrrrrrr....|
But luckily we have like millions of free add-ons that expands the capabilities of Google Chrome thus I'm pretty sure there are many but I came across this one called, "AutoZoom".
*. What I like about it most is that, unlike with a previous extension that I used, this extension saves settings per web-page. For instance, if you set a zoom level in Google.com to 110%, then it will only be applied to Google.com.
*. Set zoom levels universally: If you use this option, then the zooming levels will be applied to all the web-pages.
*. Or you can manually define any zoom level! (ahh finally :D).
Well, that's about it actually. If you're annoyed by this "behavior" from Google Chrome, then you can try it via this AutoZoom web page.