Chrome for Linux certainly is different than my ever faithful net-cruising companion, Firefox. I'll talk about some of the features that I liked and outline things that were an issue for me.
on 12/09/2009 – Made popular on 12/09/2009
Google Chrome, a browser built on the WebKit layout engine that aims to be minimalistic and versatile at the same time, is now at version 27.0.1453.73 Beta.A new Beta version of Google Chrome has been launched, and it integrates a large number of functional changes and improvements.Highlights of Google Chrome 27.0.1453.73 Beta:• A HistoryQuick Crash on non-English Locales on Linux has been co
The new beta version of rising star in web browser, Google Chrome for Linux is available. Even still in Beta version, the 5.307.11 Linux version comes with some improvements. Here are some What’s new on this release:
Automatic translations and greater control over content for privacy.
Google finally released a beta version of its Chrome Web browser for Linux on Dec. 8, slightly more than one year after releasing its Chrome browser for Microsoft Windows. The wait was worth it, especially given the more than 300 extensions already available to customize the new browser.
Chrome 34 won't play video on Yahoo: https://screen.yahoo.com/snl/red-flag-000000452.html
A couple of months ago I was so frustrated with Firefox not being able to play Flash videos on Yahoo that I switched to Chrome. Chrome could play the videos that Firefox wouldn't because Chrome comes with Pepperflash, which is a plug-in that keeps up with Flash releases.
The stable branch of Google Chrome, a browser built on the Blink layout engine that aims to be minimalistic and versatile at the same time, has advanced to version 36 after a few weeks of development, and Linux users will find a few features designed specifically for them. Google Chrome usually features three distinct branches: Alpha, Beta, and Stable.