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Google Makes the Google Chrome Browser Official

It didn’t take Google that long to make the rumored Google Chrome browser official. After admitting about the comic strip introducing Google Chrome, Google says that indeed they are prepping up their Chrome browser and is in fact set for international launched 100 countries tomorrow (Sept 3.)

According to Google, said Chrome Browser would be streamlined and simple and very much like the clean and fast Google home page. This explains the simply rendered cartoon intro that got leaked through Blogscoped.

Nevermind if it we’re to kill Microsoft’s Windows Explorer. We’ll get into that once we’ve seen it in action. We’ll wait up for the official launch and update this post as soon as we set our eyes and hands on the Google Chrome browser.

 Google Makes the Google Chrome Browser Official
Arnold Zafra writes daily on the announcements by Google, Ask.com, Yahoo & MSN along with how these announcements effect web publishers. He is currently building three niche blogs covering iPad News, Google Android Phones and E-Book Readers.
 Google Makes the Google Chrome Browser Official

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9 thoughts on “Google Makes the Google Chrome Browser Official

  1. I would be very anxious if I would work for the Mozilla Foundation, who got a lot of money from Google. Is there still future for Firefox beside this new browser?

  2. Wait…how can it be released to ONLY 100 countries, wouldn’t ALL the countries be included as long as the country had internet access?

  3. Just trying it now.
    I believe the new exe for each tab is so that if one crashes it doesn’t pull down the whole thing – which is nice.
    Seems to be a lot more than just a skin but it does sit directly on top of the IE’s network settings for routing, proxy etc which is a little disappointing & makes you wonder just how independent it is. Cookie management & viewing seems a little clunky and no option to view temp files. There is little or no control over content management, certainly compared to IE which again makes me think it’s just sitting on the back of IE’s settings. Can’t seem to get the V8 java vm working at all. However it’s just a beta so maybe in time…
    All in all not too bad so far though and certainly comparable to IE & Firefox on my laptop…