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December 12, 2008

Beta times up for Chrome


by David Allen

The browser released by Google a hundred days ago, that has attracted over ten million users throughout the world, is about to come out of beta and is ready for full release.

Throughout the beta test users were encouraged to report any bugs, while the developers worked on fixing the known ones until they reached a point where the browser is as stable and usable as it is likely to ever be.

Google do say that although the beta label has been removed, the browser still remains a work in progress as they still plan to add additional features such as RSS support and autofill for forms etc.

This is fast work from Google; usually their products do not come out of the beta stage for some time, like Gmail for instance, which was launched in 2004 but still remains in beta.

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