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Google opened a new channel on Tuesday to distribute its latest beta release of the Chrome browser. The company also began on Tuesday a blog devoted exclusively to the
Chrome browser. Google launched Chrome as a beta in September of 2008; a final-release 1.0 version come out in December. By last month, it had grabbed 1.12 percent of the market behind Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Safari, according to data from Net Applications. Since then, Google has issued 29 updates, each revision finessing Google Chrome's speed, stability and usability, according to the company.
its a good thing that they are doing chrome for linux, crossOver has been cloned this for linux users.
"I can't think of a single reason why Chrome won't be accepted. We might see some success with it,"
When the Chrome version for Linux? Where is the Source Code?
I use Linux in my Desktop. Other 10 Million people do too. You have now 10 Million reasons.