Google releases Chrome beta for Mac, Linux

By Matthew
Dec 8, 2009
  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 TS Rookie 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: 529   +7

    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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