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Google expects to release its Chrome computer operating system in the "late fall", a top executive said on Wednesday, as it aims a competitive strike at rival Microsoft's Windows.The Chrome system will designed initially to work on laptop PCs, Sundar Pichai, Google's head of the Chrome project told reporters at the Computex PC show.
"We will be selective on how we come to market because we want to deliver a great user experience," he said. "We're thinking on both the hardware and software levels."
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[edited by: J_RaD at 6:02 pm (utc) on Jun 2, 2010]
thats a bit harsh. you can do loads more than just browse the web with it... you can access your email with gmail, write letters with google docs, edit photos with google picasa and schedule what remains of your life with google calendar.
The Chrome browser isn't as stable as FF and IE anyway.
Care to elaborate? I've been using Chrome for a while now, and, apart from the lack of Add-ons it is far superior to Firefox as far as I am concerned.
I've had trouble with AJAX and pop-ups.
browser that isn't evil.
there's no real reason why a browser has to "dial home" to check whether a site is legit. all you need to do is build a secure browser that can handle whatever the bad guys throw at it.