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New postby Dante » 30 Sep 2008 16:45

Of course we know the free download is here :-

http://www.google.com/chrome

Question is, any sifus here done any 'testing' and any feedback yet?

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New postby Gemini » 01 Oct 2008 22:10

I have done testing on it.
Similar with Opera and Firefox.
Fast startup ..less than 2 seconds
Very light in RAM
Overall rating: 8/10

Cons:
Not supported by downloaders yet
Logs my previous sites i visited
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New postby Dante » 03 Oct 2008 14:47

Gemini wrote:I have done testing on it.
Similar with Opera and Firefox.
Fast startup ..less than 2 seconds
Very light in RAM
Overall rating: 8/10

Cons:
Not supported by downloaders yet
Logs my previous sites i visited


Thanks, Gemini, for the first feedback :)

What you mean 'logs your previous visited sites'? Don't it have the option to NOT record visited sites?
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New postby Hell's Angel » 05 Oct 2008 00:36

I have also try it out, but beware, as usual, google always spy on what you doing.. Hate that sounds and so.. I don't like it.. But well.. Here's some easten eggs... Hope you'll like it..
:cool:
Well, type this i ur address bar and see what's happening..
about:version
about:plugins
about:dns
about:histograms
about:cache
view-cache:stats
about:stats
about:network
about:internets
chrome-resource://new-tab/
chrome-resource://favicon/
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New postby Gemini » 05 Oct 2008 11:42

I can't find the option to disable the history logs. Also the Google Chrome likes to "spy" on us too...
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New postby Dante » 09 Oct 2008 20:09

what about using the 'Incognito' mode?
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New postby Dante » 28 Oct 2008 20:07

No other comments on this? I thought this would be the 'next big thing'??? To end all browser wars??? :o
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New postby Gemini » 14 Nov 2008 23:34

what about using the 'Incognito' mode?


incognito is like private surfing. Means everything including cookies and password will not save in this mode. Like Sand-boxing lo
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New postby Dante » 06 Mar 2009 18:28

No more updates to this?
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New postby Hell's Angel » 07 Mar 2009 20:38

Dante wrote:No more updates to this?


Maybe everyone just give up and switch back to firefox instead (Well, at least i know i do..) .. So no war happen here.. :grin:
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New postby Dante » 09 Mar 2009 15:08

Haaiiiii... tot Google could give the rest a run for their money...
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New postby MG » 11 Mar 2009 09:17

Chrome huh...
Don't know la, not feeling to get my hands off FF3.... :cool:
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New postby Dante » 11 Mar 2009 19:34

MG wrote:Chrome huh...
Don't know la, not feeling to get my hands off FF3.... :cool:


Free wat, try lah!
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New postby Dante » 23 Jun 2009 19:24

Wow, thats pretty sneaky! Good info tho ... :D
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New postby wanrom » 01 Jul 2009 03:42

A friend of mine has been using Google Chrome for awhile now while I've stuck with Firefox. Today I downloaded Chrome to check it out as I've heard it's 'faster' (but such a thing can be subjective so decided to try it myself)... and will probably stick with Firefox.

I wasn't even thinking about the tabs issue when I did it, but again, as usual, Google's tabs are to the left (or in my case one insignificant 'home' tab that superfluously tells me what's appearing on the very page in front of me) and lots of dead space beneath it.

As I've got the Firefox 'fix' to keep the tab on top, there's really nothing to encourage me to switch to Chrome.
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