Google releases Chrome beta for Mac, Linux

By Matthew
Dec 8, 2009
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  1. Google has finally released betas of its Chrome Web browser for Mac and Linux. Like the original Windows version, Chrome for OS X and Linux attempt to unite a clean, simple design with a responsive and speedy browsing experience. Most, if not all of the noteworthy features present in the Windows version have carried over (such as each tab running in a separate process and the Omnibar), but there are a few additions for both new releases.

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  2. lfg18

    lfg18 Newcomer, in training Posts: 86

    it is good to see that people using Leopard or linux now have more options to browse the internet, I think Chrome is a very good browser, it's my second browser just after Firefox, I highly recommend it, just remember that it needs a little more RAM than the others :)
  3. compdata

    compdata TechSpot Paladin Posts: 604

    Great to see Linux support being added. I hope Google continues to support both Linux and Mac OS, but I do understand the economies of scale in choosing Windows as the primary target for releases.
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