I've been using Google's Chrome browser lately and I've been falling in love with it.
What does this for you and me? Gmail is lightning fast! Facebook is lightning fast!
Browsing in general is just faster. Faster browsing = more productivity = more that you can get done in a given day. Have you ever thought about how much time is wasted waiting for something to load. If you're like me, you hate wasting time.
The other thing that is great about chrome is that the they've allowed you to have more screen real estate with the way that they've layed it out.
There are two downfalls:
1) You don't have the same plugin capabilities that Firefox does but I imagine that isn't far behind.
2) The web doesn't cater to Chrome(like Safari) like it does for Firefox and IE.
These two issues are minor in comparison to the benefits you gain from the overall speed improvements of Chrome. Don't take my word for it, try it out today.
Here's an updated chart showing that Google's Chrome still edges Apple's Safari 4 by just a little bit.
Not only is chrome fast at loading content, but google has been rolling out features left and right that may get overlooked if you are keeping your finger on the pulse. After using Chrome in a meeting to show off some new cool Lunch.com product stuff several of my fellow Lunchers asked about several of the chrome tools I was using. I decided to stop being selfish and share this my finds with others. If you aware of some of the supper cool tools that make your day to day easier. … more
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I believe Google has been very focused on the simplicity which is exactly why Chrome should always has its place in market. Let Firefox and Safari to be the 'cover it all' kind of browser, Chrome is cool with minimalism design and snappy performance on cloud computing. I believe that's part of the DNA for Chrome, and it's ultimate purpose too. Not a lot companies have the guts to take extreme route when it comes to product design, but Google stick to its focus and did a good job on Chrome, appreciate … more