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September 2, 2008

Google launches Chrome


by David Allen

As from today, internet users can choose to use another web browser.

This time it comes courtesy of Google who will be expecting to compete with both Mozilla FireFox and Microsoft’s Internet Explorer with their browser, known as Chrome.

Although this is a beta test and not much is going to be known about this product, the browser is said to be lightweight and fast.

Google are saying that it has been designed to cope with the sophisticated websites that are increasingly found on the internet these days.

Unfortunately, for users of Linux and Mac, Chrome is developed for windows only at the moment although they do say that they are working hard in order to try to get Chrome ready for both Linux and Mac owners.

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