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News Google Chrome coming to Mac, Linux

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Guest-16, 12 Jan 2009.

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  2. Grasshopper

    Grasshopper New Member

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    Extensions should be their main priority as many Mac and Linux users will want to have them too.
     
  3. zelachang

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    I've been using chrome since release and I have to say, when I moved to chrome from FF I was worried about the lack of addons. After using chrome for awhile though, I realized that the majority of addons I had were just not that useful, asides from Adblock, which I replaced with Privoxy. While addons would be a useful addition, I hope the team working on chrome maintains its speed and low profile first and foremost.
     
  4. TommyVD

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    Rss would be nice.
     
  5. raGe82

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    No 'vimperator' for google chrome? No way to switch from firefox ;) Tired of using mouse...
     
  6. UncertainGod

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    Once they hurry up with extensions support so I can have NoScript and Adblock I'll make the switch.
     
  7. 1-0-1

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    I am not too sure if Chrome will have Adblock - would that not be cutting indirectly into Google's business model?

    Chrome only now availebel on the Mac - for such a verbal community I have not heared much moaning and complaining.
     
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    Once the extension framework is active they won't be able to stop people making adblocking extensions.
     
  9. Zut

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    Meh! I don't care for Chrome. Its not better than FF, just different.
     
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