Google Chrome Review

September 4, 2008 at 5:01 pm 1 comment

I am going to keep this short and sweet.

– Minimal interface giving more real estate on desktop screen

– Individual tabs run in their process, so if one fails it does not affect another

(But try this and see what comes up 🙂 

Type this into a Chrome tab’s address bar :%

– On startup it shows you your “most visited sites”

– Tabs can be droped onto desktop (each act as the browser)

– Tabs are grouped together, so if you open a tab from another one, it opens next to it and not at the end

– Omnibox = Search box + Address bar

– supposed to work beter with javascript sites (futuristic???)


– All tabs shown, not hidden like in Firefox

– It is definitiely slower that FirefoFirefox and Safari

Background Info

The tech lead was hired from Mozilla Foundation 4 years ago with condition that he would continue to work with them halftime. He stopped working on that project in 2006.


Google Chrome’s Full List of Special about: Pages

At thte time of this article going to press google had chenged their “evil” EULA

Buck up Firefox!!! You are still number 1.


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