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A Mixed Review For Google Chrome On Linux

December 29th, 2009 12:54 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

omlx contributes this link to LinuxCrunch’s short review of Google Chrome on Linux, writing: “The summary of it is that although Google Chrome is in a beta stage, it is fast, stable, and has a simple, clean, and effective GUI design. On other side, Google Chrome has a small number of extensions, doesn’t support RSS, lacks integration with KDE, and doesn’t support complex scripts very well. Personally, I didn’t succeed in using Flash Player on Google Chrome beta 1 (I am using OpenSUSE 11.2) and I wonder how the quality of Google Chrome OS will be, especially if it’s based on Linux and Google Chrome.”

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