Google Chrome

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  1. Mac Mission profile image61
    Mac Missionposted 14 years ago

    Google chrome is just like a chrome browser. I just downloaded and started using this. I dont feel any difference in browser. Do any body use google chrome os? share your thoughts

    1. Stephanietayla profile image61
      Stephanietaylaposted 14 years agoin reply to this
    2. Cleanclover profile image41
      Cleancloverposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      I used to use it but mozilla firefox is better.

    3. free ubuntu now profile image59
      free ubuntu nowposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      I use a Linux development version of Chrome as my default browser and love it. The flash is so much nicer without the choppiness of other browsers. I E is way to slow, but Firefox is good. Chrome now has some great plug-ins similar to Firefox and it's getting better with the launch of Chrome OS, which I tried. I like Chrome OS, but Ubuntu is the best. People need an OS that's not mostly internet based, which Chrome OS is. It takes away a lot of options and I like options.

  2. Bovine Currency profile image60
    Bovine Currencyposted 14 years ago

    I use chrome.  Suits me fine.  I prefer it to IE or Mozilla.

    1. Mac Mission profile image61
      Mac Missionposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      are you using vmware or directly like windows

      1. Bovine Currency profile image60
        Bovine Currencyposted 14 years agoin reply to this


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    andhra historyposted 14 years ago

    IE and Mozilla are far better than Chrome. i used chrome and switched back to Mozilla.

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    Hikikomoriposted 14 years ago

    Google Chrome is quite good, but I prefer Firefox.

    Firefox is more flexible. I think Google Chrome was created with noobs in mind.

  5. AEvans profile image72
    AEvansposted 14 years ago

    I used Google Chrome but went back to IE8 Chrome appeared to go through some hiccups and I didn't have time to work through them. When it was able to function it certainly brought the web up more quickly, once they iron out the glitches I would probably use it again. smile

  6. lorlie6 profile image71
    lorlie6posted 14 years ago

    I really like Google Chrome and haven't had any of the hiccups that AE describes.

  7. articleposter profile image60
    articleposterposted 14 years ago

    Google chrome ment to be faster then any other browsers, unfortunately it's a failure for Google. That's why you don't see it updated much.

    Many people think that the reason why it's not successfull as others such as IE and Firefox is that it's not Open Source. Google realised that and making Google Wave as an open source, good move by big G.

    Personaly I use Firefox, as it's Open Source it has Millions of plugins which you can make use of.

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      Hikikomoriposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      Google Chrome is updated very often - probably more so than Firefox. Also, It's open-source, while IE isn't. Non open-source software tends to be more popular than open-source software.

      Google Chrome is a good browser - the second best browser after Firefox out there in my opinion.

  8. skmania profile image60
    skmaniaposted 14 years ago

    google chrome is nicely works fine even for the low bandwidth users.I use google chrome.

  9. Stephen Beck profile image60
    Stephen Beckposted 14 years ago

    I've used Google Chrome, IE, and Firefox.  I didn't like chrome with Windows XP.  However, I recently updated to Windows 7, and Chrome runs great.  I prefer it to the others.

  10. dave272727 profile image61
    dave272727posted 14 years ago

    I like Chrome and it is faster than other browsers when you have a slower connection.  For everyday surfing I prefer Firefox.  It is updated regularly and there are several plug-ins that are readily available and free.

  11. L3B0 profile image62
    L3B0posted 14 years ago

    I used it for a short while but got over it and started using Mozzila....Its a brilliant web browser though and im reconsidering going back to it

  12. modeca profile image40
    modecaposted 14 years ago

    I use Chrome, Firefox and Safari.

    Chrome is definitely the faster browser, then Safari, then Firefox.

    I would use Chrome exclusively apart from the fact that I have many plugins installed on FF that I can't do without.

  13. samsoft profile image58
    samsoftposted 14 years ago

    Oh Yes, i have used the Google Chrome and it really great

  14. aguasilver profile image70
    aguasilverposted 14 years ago

    Chrome and although it took me a while to adjust, I now prefer it to Mozilla Firefox...

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    askpowersposted 13 years ago

    though chrome is an efficient browser, but its very delicate, as it crashes easily.
    I have just heard about the OS of Google, most people say its good, so i am gonna try it now wink

  16. climberjames profile image57
    climberjamesposted 13 years ago

    Im a big fan of Chrome browser over IE.

    Speed and awesome themes make it my first choice smile

  17. skmania1 profile image56
    skmania1posted 13 years ago

    I love chrome ..Its just works superfine for me.

    It has got cool extensions too:)

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    ericsomethingposted 13 years ago

    Chrome is excellent on my Linux box (and also playing with the Chromium version; can't tell much difference there). I like it a whole lot better than Firefox. But Opera (using 10.60 beta) is still faster.

  19. theboxmeister profile image60
    theboxmeisterposted 13 years ago

    Its hard to choose the best browser. Now with the Firefox 4 in beta, with safari adapting extensions with chrome bringing simplicity to the browser and opera just running fast, all those implementing the latest web standards and technologies it is more like a personal opinion of who is better. One thing only is internet explorer who is still way back.

  20. passthejelly profile image71
    passthejellyposted 13 years ago

    Personally, I think it is faster. I also like the set up of it, but there won't be much of a difference in any browser you use.

  21. skyfire profile image79
    skyfireposted 13 years ago

    I noticed that chrome shows no glitch with hubpages. Firefox 3.6.8 has issues with text-capsule.

  22. tonybaldwin profile image60
    tonybaldwinposted 13 years ago

    I've been using chromium-browser (the free/open source core upon which google-chrome is built) as my default browser for over a year.  I love it!  Firefox is nice, but I prefer chromium.
    I am using it on Debian GNU/Linux.

  23. transinata profile image62
    transinataposted 13 years ago

    I am using both. but for the lighter browser I choose chrome. Firefox often stacked when you have many addon installed and many tabs opened. You can see on task manager, firefox consumes many RAM after opening many windows tabs.


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