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Fri, Sep 5 2008 3:07
markd88
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Sat, Sep 6 2008 14:03
funky2004
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[quote user="markd88"]

Has anyone tried it?

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Not yet.  Understand sofar only a beta-version available.  I am not sure if I ever will try it.  Considering Google having the means and money to expand it's already existing omnipotence and might turn into a 'big brother' owning almost all of the world's data....

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Sat, Sep 6 2008 15:49
Hunter27
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[quote user="funky2004"]Not yet.  Understand sofar only a beta-version available.  I am not sure if I ever will try it.  Considering Google having the means and money to expand it's already existing omnipotence and might turn into a 'big brother' owning almost all of the world's data....[/quote]

Yeah, what he said. I don’t want anything to do with it. I saw somewhere that it’s more “privacy” based but I’m sure that excludes googles mass data collecting efforts. I don’t even trust installing the google toolbar, why the hell would anyone want to use a browser from them?

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Sun, Sep 7 2008 6:06
seablonde
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How's this for irony: using Google News to find articles about it Sad

http://news.google.com/nwshp?tab=wn&ned=us&ncl=1242681271&hl=en&topic=t 

http://seekingalpha.com/article/94240-google-s-checkmate-was-three-moves-ago

"So, should we fear Google because it can literally rule the world? Should we be inspired by, capitalize on and emulate Google as a template and provider of tools for new business? It might be too late for those questions. Google's checkmate was three moves ago."
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 http://www.crn.com/security/210500382

Less than a week after the release of Google (NSDQ:GOOG)'s new Web browser Chrome, security researchers detected a buffer overflow vulnerability that could enable remote attackers to completely take control of a user's computer...
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Sun, Sep 7 2008 6:34
seablonde
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http://www.jsonline.com/story/index.aspx?id=791048 

"...And although Chrome’s interface is cleaner and simpler than mainstays such as Microsoft’s Internet Explorer or even Mozilla’s Firefox, it’s way too buggy even for a beta and best avoided for now.

The most astounding and confounding failure after days of using Chrome was that it had problems loading up Google’s online products, including Gmail, Google Calendar and the Picasa photo album...."

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Mon, Sep 22 2008 8:59
RRailway
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[quote user="seablonde"]

"...And although Chrome’s interface is cleaner and simpler than mainstays such as Microsoft’s Internet Explorer or even Mozilla’s Firefox, it’s way too buggy even for a beta and best avoided for now.

The most astounding and confounding failure after days of using Chrome was that it had problems loading up Google’s online products, including Gmail, Google Calendar and the Picasa photo album...."

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Kinda agree. At first it seems stable and fast, but overtime and specific sites kill it. Still useable, but give it some more time. Impressive at the stage it's at anyway. Can only get better. Big Smile

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Mon, Sep 22 2008 13:43
Vatsis
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You may be sure that in the future, PeachyForum will be optimized for Chrome as well! Google might be into something with this new, clean looking browser. Specially the invisible, "ghost mode" might become very popular among The PornSurfers(tm).

I personally love Chrome, but just use it in a sandbox (special virtual PC) atm. Funny thing is how my frontpage - Google's own iGoogle - crashes with Chrome, if I click other tabs and links.

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Sun, Sep 28 2008 16:16
NullFlux
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Google Chrome is proven to be incredible for surfing the net. Using it's new "incognito" window function is a livesaver. Absolutely NO history is kept whatsoever and DataUsage Statistics are, claimed, to be kept from Google. You have the option during install whether or not you wish for them to see it. The ultra-sleek, modern style of Google Chrome makes it a ton of fun for browsing and it's Downloader is simple to use. The pop-up blocker is very very strong yet easy to open a window you DID want to pop up. There are still some bugs running FLV videos but it will only get better with updates and usage statistics! Facebook seems to not like it, though. Also, the sandbox tool -- while great if a site crashes -- often slows down video playback. Oh well. All-in-all, Google's browser is probably the wave of the future and definitely worth using. But, for those who have no patience, maybe wait a few months for an update. =)
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Sat, Oct 4 2008 0:58
pnexia
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 Self tried it , but not as good as Mozilla Firefox.

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Sun, Oct 12 2008 17:04
GCXXXX
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I'm using it right now. It has become my standard browser. Twice as fast as Firefox 3.
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Tue, Nov 11 2008 21:11
Ry-co
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I tried it dont like it that much

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Fri, Nov 14 2008 8:33
RottenFucker
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I downloaded to test it out and was impressed that it's actually pretty good for a beta release. I still like my evil IE so I just can't be tempted to change but I'd pick Chrome over FireFox. It's much quicker and will likely be even better in the coming updates.

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Tue, May 1 2012 15:37
mike_op18
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Peachyforum is currently practically unbrowsable using Google Chrome. Checkout my thread in this section. One of the better aspects of Chrome is that it has Flash incorporated in the browser, so you don't need to update Flash all the time. this is what Peachyforum looks like for me on Chrome:
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Thu, May 3 2012 4:39
drumasteruk
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Whoa...mike theres a layout tool somewhere on the chrome taskbar.....that said I thought it was crap. drum
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Fri, May 4 2012 5:03
mike_op18
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There are many tools on the chrome task-bar, some of which may help. However, I can hardly imagine that Google Chrome changes the user settings randomly each time you log-in? Previous visits to Peachy were perfect, then a few days with that screencap, and now is all back to normal. This user changed absolutely nothing, hence I deduct the ghost in the machine being server-side. My two bytes worth.
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