It's tempting, but I still consider the release version of Chrome to be a lot like a beta still...Not too many easy to install plug-ins/add-ons yet, not many themes.
I agree. I don't see any reason to abandon Firefox just yet.
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If they still haven't got a decent toolbar and a more user friendly way to search within a page I won't bother. I like the idea of separate processes for separate sites but I just don't find Chrome user-friendly.
It was already super fast. When I can use roboform on it I will use it more often perhaps. But the IE 8 search box is pretty sweet, no need for any toolbars..
I'm still way digging my current build, I have no need to go beta yet, but I do have to say that it's handling maps.yahoo.com and maps.google.com a lot nicer now then when it first came out, so yeah.. it's a keeper..
Chrome is good in speed not interface, templates and color. It's for peoples who need speed..speed..speed
if they add G toolbar to it, I'd switch. Why don't they?
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I'm loving Chrome - so quick and I love the Omnibox - once you've got used to using it it's so much easier than using other browsers - only problem is Google seem to have problems making their properties work properly in Chrome
I dont think I will abandon Firefox with all its excellent plug-ins, themes and personas just yet.
I like it. the UI changes are ... better if funny (ie: of hte content boxes is empty with just a message:
"what will we put here?". lol)
but its not my main browser. or doubt it will ever be (google wave notwithstanding)
I don't like to work in Google chrome as it is so simple interface as compare to FF.
I tempted to use Google Chrome but sometimes it got error but the interface is quite good