Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 11th Dec 2008 22:18 UTC
Google After just 100 days, Google has lifted the veil of betaness off its web browser, Chrome, by releasing version 1.0. When Chrome made its first public appearance earlier this year, it was met with positive reveiws due to its JavaScript performance, as well as its robust multithreaded model. Now that the beta label has been ripped off Chrome, Google can't hide itself anymore: Chrome will now have to take Firefox and Internet Explorer head-on.
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Daniel Borgmann
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2005-07-08

I'd much rather see what Google's idea of a native browser on OS X and Linux is, than yet another cross platform UI that is a lackluster effort on anything but Windows.

Chrome happens to be the only application I really miss from Windows, but it's not like there wouldn't be other decent browsers to fill the gap in the meantime.

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