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Google Chrome for Linux Review

  • By Developer.com Staff

Linux.com's Rob Reilly has published a lengthy review of Google's Chrome for Linux Web browser. It sounds pretty cool, even for a beta.

Reilly reported that Chrome is really fast, supports themes, a simple history management system and doesn't really have a task bar.

For privacy nuts, Chrome can run incognito. Surfing in secret, your pages aren't added to the history and not put in the cache. Firefox offers a similar setting to surf privately.

"The Google Chrome browser shows promise in that it is simple and fast," writes Reilly.


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This article was originally published on December 11, 2009

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