An official version of Google Chrome has been available to try out for several months.
It fully supports flash and extensions, is super fast to both start-up and load pages and is so incredibly stable you will wonder why it’s not already been signed off and labeled “beta” already!
Below are 10 reasons why i think it should be your default browser.
First things first – Chrome is super fast. Quick, swift, pronto, whatever! it’s really fast at loading pages. Try two pages side-by-side in Firefox and Chrome and see.
A common complaint about Firefox in Ubuntu is the time it takes to start-up/launch/open. It’s not the most instant launching application!
Chrome, however, opens pretty much instantly allowing you to not have to waste time waiting to be able to do what you need to…
“I’ll switch to chrome when it get’s adblocker!! Until then no way!!”
This may or may not be a shock to you – but Google Chrome already has extensions! Tons of them!
- YouTube video downloader's
- Last.FM players
- Weather updates
- Xmarks bookmarks sync
- Flash blockers
- Gmail and Google Reader notifiers
- Google Calendar alerts
- Easy RSS subscription button
- IE8-esque accelerators
- Smooth scroll
- Cookie Cleaner
- Session save
And this is just the beginning!
You can find these and plenty more on awesome Chrome User site chromeplugins.org.
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