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  • Walkoff Balk
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    If you use Google's Chrome browser, you will want to make this software update (yahoo.com)

    Update.

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  • Walkoff Balk
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    Google issues warning for Chrome browser vulnerability (hawaiinewsnow.com)

    I use Microsoft Edge more.

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  • lensperson
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    Re: Google Chrome

    I've tried many browsers, and each has some unique advantages.
    Nowadays, with any luck, one can keep them all, like tools in a toolbox.
    Opera has the unique ability to enlarge a web page WITH the pictures.
    However there are a lot of things opera does not do.
    Now mind you, as an early adopter of AOL I did not know what a browser is or was

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  • Amati
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    Re: Google Chrome

    I'm still using Google Chrome as my first choice. I like the layout/ease of the favorites tab bar.

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  • helen
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    Re: Google Chrome

    While I still use Internet Explorer V8 as my default browser I will use Google Chrome whenever I use Google mail or Google Docs, it seems to work the best for those applications.

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  • Ron Whitfield
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    Re: Google Chrome

    Just couldn't resist, eh?

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  • Amati
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    Re: I'll be Chrome for Christmas

    Originally posted by Ron Whitfield View Post
    Any problems in the change from what you had to chrome?
    My geek son put in on when he reinstalled my hard drive, choosing it for whatever "geeky" reasons he knows. He claims Chrome is more efficient and runs faster than Internet Explorer. But that Firefox is also good.

    I also have Internet Explorer, and if Chrome occasionally won't open up something I want, or a link doesn't work, I just resort to redoing it on IE. [It is probably my settings that are a problem, not actually Chrome.]

    But again, I don't demand much of my computer. But my son does! And he likes Chrome.

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  • mel
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    Re: I'll be Chrome for Christmas

    The latest in the Chrome world is that Google and their manufacturing partners Acer and Samsung are going to release Chromebooks, laptops that only do cloud computing with an all Chrome OS. No more Microsoft. No more Apple. No more Linux. All Chrome. All Cloud.

    http://www.google.com/chromebook/#chromebooks

    http://www.google.com/chromebook/#index

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chromebook

    You'll be able to buy Chromebooks starting on June 15.

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  • Ron Whitfield
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    Re: I'll be Chrome for Christmas

    Originally posted by Amati View Post
    I use it, and it works fast and easy. Of course, I only do internet and emails, so my demands are small.
    Any problems in the change from what you had to chrome?

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  • Amati
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    Re: I'll be Chrome for Christmas

    I use it, and it works fast and easy. Of course, I only do internet and emails, so my demands are small.

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  • Ron Whitfield
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    Re: I'll be Chrome for Christmas

    What's the latest thots on Chrome, any negs?

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  • pzarquon
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    Re: I'll be Chrome for Christmas

    I love Google Chrome. I use many, many Firefox add-ons, so still use it quite a bit, but more and more are turning up as Chrome extensions. But Chrome is lightweight (starts fast, runs fast, uses less memory), clean (one browser bar, wastes less screen real estate)... and crashes only periodically. Then again, I'm using the beta on PC, and the just-released beta for Mac.

    Only bummer is that the Mac version is behind the PC version, so no extensions at all on that side. But still... Chrome has quickly supplanted Safari as my secondary browser.

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  • Mattias
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    Re: I'll be Chrome for Christmas

    I love Chrome but keep Firefox as a backup when things don't work in Chrome. The best thing about Chrome is the combined search and address bar.

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  • Vanguard
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    Re: I'll be Chrome for Christmas

    5 must-have Chrome extensions

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  • Vanguard
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    Re: I'll be Chrome for Christmas

    Originally posted by Glen Miyashiro View Post
    I'm testing it out, and so far it's been good. But I won't leave Firefox until I can bring all my add-ons with me.
    Same. I've yet to hear of anything like ad blocker pro being offered for Chrome.

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