How Google Chrome stacked up for me

by David Naylor
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The Crap Points :

1) It's just a front-end to WebKit with all the cool bits pulled
2) Where are my Plugins
3) Privacy policy and default install scare me a little, if people think Mozilla is bad ho hum

The Awesome points:

1) It’s Fast, but then Firefox is fast when you first install it slows down with the more plugins you NEED
2) It’s create Application is awesome and that alone will be the reason I use it, but not has a browser so work?
3) Supports Flash and Java on install at least the current versions couldn’t find how to update flash thou ?

So Google Chrome a Firefox replacement it isn’t. Nobody is going to use chrome has a browser it’s just not finished, I feel that Google where pressured into releasing a half baked product because IE8 Version 2 was realesed 3 days ago, I do feel that the core engine is very very good and If Mozilla or IE can expand on it cool.. I believe that pictures paint a 1000 words so

Opera, Internet Explorer and Firefox

Google Chrome :


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