Monday, May 10, 2010
I tried out Google’s browser – Chrome – when it first came out, and I wasn’t impressed enough to switch from Firefox. Recently, upon hearing of some new features, I downloaded and installed Chrome again. Now I’m impressed enough to switch. It’s faster, and has a few new features that I like – click and drag on tabs to create side-by-side windows – specifically great for bloggers – and collects all of the info from your current browser for a fast transition. Download here.
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