Chrome updated to V5.............check
Seeing a difference...................nope
now what? Only time will tell i guess.
Google has promoted Mac and Linux versions of its Chrome browser out of beta, marking the first time the search behemoth has brought them into its fold of ready-for-prime-time releases. Released on Tuesday, Chrome 5 brings a variety of fixes and new features to users of Windows, OS X, and Linux. Chief among them is the ability …
Many of us - and an increasing number of us - use the web as our primary workspace. SaaS means that the browser is, for us, a primary operating system. It is therefore surprising that google have totally failed to learn important lessons from earlier operating system failures.
For example, if I accidentally hit CMND-Q (on my Mac, other key combinations on other systems), Chrome quits without complaint. All open tabs and running applications die. If Windows, Linux or MacOS behaved like that we'd all be screaming blue murder, but google don't care:
They think they know better. Their attitude seems to be "the world ought to work differently, so we won't change".
Sure, one *can* rebind keys in the OS and so on, but having a one-click kills everything out of the box is so obviously a wrong decision and yet they totally fail to engage with the numerous users who have reported it as a bug. Doesn't bode well.
I'll stick to FF.
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