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Thread: Google Chrome, is it a good thing?

  1. #21
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    not for me

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    I'll sit this out and wait for "Polished Aluminum"

    (...which will be to Chrome as Iceweasel is to Firefox)

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    I find chrome faster for loading Gmail, facebook and all these Web 2.0/AJAX powered sites as compared to Firefox/Opera. But right now it lacks too many features provided by firefox for me. Plus one thing is very crappy.. wtf does it have to share it's proxy settings with IE???

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    Yes, Google Chromo is a good thing to use as a search engine since Google Chrome is attractive, fast and has some impressive new features present in it.

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    I haven't tried google chrome yet.

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    I presume all of you are using the Windows version for testing this thing.

    As in all things Google, Chrome will also be permanently in Beta.

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    Looks like google has a staggering team of 3 peeps working on the Chrome Linux port.

    http://www.aaronboodman.com/2008/11/...-on-linux.html

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    Hmmm... Interesting. When the port is done, I'll certainly give it a try.

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    wow. Gotta say, even with the few people (which doesn't surprise me), I expected it to be a little farther along that that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deanjo View Post
    Looks like google has a staggering team of 3 peeps working on the Chrome Linux port.

    http://www.aaronboodman.com/2008/11/...-on-linux.html
    "The other three guys" besides himself. That makes 4. Still a pretty small team, granted.

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