The beta version of Google Chrome (Google’s new browser) was released last week. However, it is only available to Windows users.
I would have loved to download it, play around with it, and write up a comprehensive review, but I’m avoiding my windows machine until I finally get around to reformatting it. Or until I finally get around to installing Windows on my Mac.
If you visit the Google Chrome website, you can sign up to get news about the development of the browser for Mac.
So I am calling this post “Google Chrome – Part 1” with the hopes that I will soon be able to get a beta version for Mac and then review it here (“Google Chrome – Part 2”).
However, for those Windows users out there that want to try Google Chrome, I strongly encourage you to. But just remember that this is a beta version, and so functionality can be somewhat limited and there are more than likely some bugs. I’ve also put together a list of links relating to Chrome that you may want to check out:
- First Look
- Create Separate User Profiles
- Full List of Special about: Pages
- Take Back Your Privacy from Google’s Omnibox
- or the complete opposite of the above: Get More Omnibox Suggestions
- Portable Chrome Puts Chrome on Your Thumb Drive
- Automatic Theme Switcher Skins Google Chrome
- The Power Users Guide to Google Chrome
- How to Block Adds in Google Chrome