Chrome may refer to:
- Google Chrome, a web browser
- Chrome (programming language) or Oxygene, an Object Pascal implementation for the .NET Framework
- User interface chrome, the borders and widgets that frame the content part of a window
- Chrome Mozilla or XUL, the Mozilla XML user interface language
- S3 Chrome, a series of graphics accelerators
- Microsoft Chrome, an API for Dir
- Chrome (XM), a former music satellite channel
- Chrome (band), a band from San Francisco
- Chrome (singer), collaborator on "Dance wiv Me" and other Dizzee Rascal songs
- Chrome (Catherine Wheel album)
- Chrome (Trace Adkins album)
- "Chrome" (Trace Adkins song)
- "Chrome" (song), a song by Debbie Harry from Koo Koo
- "Chrome", a song by VNV Nation from Matter + Form
- Chrome, rapper formerly signed to the Hypnotize Minds label
- Chrome, California, a community in Glenn County
- Chrome, municipal area in Middlesex County, New Jersey
Games and fiction
- Chrome Engine, a game engine developed by Techland
- Chrome (video game), a sci-fi first-person shooter by Techland
- Jenny Swensen, or Chrome, a Marvel Comics female paranormal character
- Chrome (comics), a Marvel Comics male mutant character
- Chrome, a science fiction novel by George Nader
- "Burning Chrome", a cyberpunk short story by William Gibson
- Chromite, a mineral ore from which chromium is produced
- Ferrochrome, an alloy of chrome and iron, most commonly used in stainless steel production
- Chromeffects, a 3D graphics and video add-on for Windows 98
- Chrome alum or chrome dye, a mordant, the dichromate of potassium or sodium
- -chrome, a suffix common to many photographic film brand names, primarily those of color reversal films
- Google Chrome Frame, an Internet Explorer plug-in based on the open-source Chromium
- All pages beginning with "Chrome"
- All pages with titles containing "Chrome"
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