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    Anyone tried it out yet?

    I have ... and it is noticeably quicker loading pages than IE7.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hampshirebrit View Post
    Anyone tried it out yet?

    I have ... and it is noticeably quicker loading pages than IE7.
    I see no reason to stop using Firefox. Is it better than Mozilla?
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    Doesn't it only work with Vista?

    I use firefox, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LibraryLady View Post
    Doesn't it only work with Vista?

    I use firefox, too.
    No, works with XP, too.

    I'm still getting into the ergonomics, but so far, the speed really impresses me.
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    I downloaded it inside ShadowDefender, just to try. It's the fastest browser I've ever seen. No problem with pages loading correctly. In fact I had no problems of any kind for a couple of hours. Then, I had a problem with some kind of memory spike. The hard drive light came on and stayed until I shut down Chrome. It is a beta, so I'd be surprised if something didn't happen.
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    It needs some improvement, but it is good and very fast with Java.
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    There is no way I'd put anything made by Google on my computer. Their EULA claimed that ANYTHING you created while using Chrome became Google's property..


    I think they may have changed it...but still, no way I want a Google app on my computer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by newshutr View Post
    There is no way I'd put anything made by Google on my computer. Their EULA claimed that ANYTHING you created while using Chrome became Google's property..


    I think they may have changed it...but still, no way I want a Google app on my computer.
    That was a mistake and has been corrected by Google.

    link

    I downloaded it as soon as it was available and have been quite pleased with it so far. It is stable, fast and secure. Yes it uses more memory but that is because they separate every tab into a separate process to prevent one bad webpage from locking up all your tabs. Plus they sandbox every tab for higher security. The stability is excellent. Beta software from Google is better than third or fourth release for most companies. The thing I am impressed most with is its speed. Its funny how as soon as a company gets incredibly successful they become such a huge target. Same as Microsoft the last few years and AOL and Yahoo a decade ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkHalo View Post
    That was a mistake and has been corrected by Google.

    link

    I downloaded it as soon as it was available and have been quite pleased with it so far. It is stable, fast and secure. Yes it uses more memory but that is because they separate every tab into a separate process to prevent one bad webpage from locking up all your tabs. Plus they sandbox every tab for higher security. The stability is excellent. Beta software from Google is better than third or fourth release for most companies. The thing I am impressed most with is its speed. Its funny how as soon as a company gets incredibly successful they become such a huge target. Same as Microsoft the last few years and AOL and Yahoo a decade ago.
    Not to argue but I don't think Google makes "mistakes" like that. They tried to slip something past people and got caught.

    This is a dangerous data dealing company.
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    I honestly don't trust Google so I'll pass on Chrome for now...:D
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