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Google Upgrades Chrome To Beta For OS X, Linux 197

Posted by timothy
from the browsing-is-what-cows-do dept.
wkurzius writes with this nugget from Mac Rumors: "As anticipated, Google has finally released an official beta version of its Chrome browser for Mac. The initial beta version, termed Build 4.0.249.30, requires Mac OS X Leopard or Snow Leopard, and is only compatible with Intel-based Macs." And hierofalcon writes with word that Chrome has also been made available as an official Linux Beta.
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Google Upgrades Chrome To Beta For OS X, Linux

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  • Re:Adblock (Score:3, Interesting)

    by Anonymous Coward on Tuesday December 08, 2009 @02:22PM (#30368074)

    Not to mention Google's latest comments about people that don't do anything have nothing to hide.

    Link:
    http://yro.slashdot.org/story/09/12/08/0127219/Google-CEO-Says-Privacy-Worries-Are-For-Wrongdoers

  • Re:Adblock (Score:3, Interesting)

    by mdm-adph (1030332) <`mdmadph' `at' `gmail.com'> on Tuesday December 08, 2009 @04:28PM (#30369872) Homepage

    Hey -- I use SRWare Iron, too. However, I've also got Chrome installed -- I like the auto-updating. Give me that in Iron, and I'll uninstall Chrome. I'll even get my relatives to use it!

    As is, however, I can't in any confidence give them Iron -- if so, the next time I happen to check their computers, a year from now, they'll still be running the same version, even though many updates and security fixes might have been released by SRWare since then.

It is masked but always present. I don't know who built to it. It came before the first kernel.

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