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Amphitrite 09-05-2008 04:59 PM

Google Chrome
 
Has anyone tried Google Chrome yet, and if so what do you think of it? I use an eeePC 901 while travelling about and have found it's great on that. Chrome seems to be running better than Firefox which has been my preferred browser for a long time and I love the lack of clutter at the top of the page. The multiple tabs feature seems to run smoothly, which always seemed to cause problems when using IE7.

I also love the most visited sites page which is displayed when a new tab is opened.


What does everyone think?

iamntbatman 09-05-2008 05:22 PM

I haven't messed with it yet because I figure I'll wait until it's officially released instead of just being in beta. I'm really excited about it, though. IE crashes on me all the time, and Firefox 3 has become a huge memory hog. I mean, I'm running a pretty powerful machine, but there's no reason my web browser running minimal plugins and not streaming any sort of media should be using more than a gigabyte of RAM. I'm hoping Chrome is more resource-friendly.

Amphitrite 09-05-2008 07:46 PM

Well from my experience so far, it is a lot more resource friendly - if a little rough around the edges. I read somewhere that chrome is a big step towards what may evolve into an operating system from Google, and aimed at lower end machines. Now that would be interesting.

okiemavis 09-05-2008 08:27 PM

Don't like it, some of the navigation is very clunky. Right now there's no support for ad-ins like pop-up blockers. Also, some pages just straight up don't load.

Some of the things they're doing in terms of memory management is great, and I think it'll be very good eventually, but there's still some work to be done.

iamntbatman 09-05-2008 08:31 PM

Well, it's still in beta, so hopefully all of those issues will be resolved by the time it actually launches.

Amphitrite 09-06-2008 04:50 AM

G
 
I find it amusing that the built-in spell check feature in their own browser sees the word Google as a spelling mistake. Suggestions given are Goggle, Googly, Go ogle :rofl:


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