Google released Chrome version 5 developer builds for Windows and Mac on Friday. "The devchannel has been updated to 5.0.307.1 for Windows and Mac," said the firm. On the Windows side of the fence, the default downloads directory on Vista and Windows 7 can now be used. Google has added a content settings window to the latest …
very unstable or not..
I didn't even know I was running it until I just checked the about box ;-)
"default downloads directory on Vista and Windows 7 can now be used."
You can use it anyway. just manually set it.
Brave browser souls
» but note this is a very unstable version intended only for brave browser souls.
Do you mean IE 6.0 users?
Chrome 5 Mac
At least the new Chrome 5 dev release for Mac supports extensions.
Is it me
Or do none of those features warrant another version jump? They'll be on Chrome 22 by the time it's all feature-complete and ready.
I doubt they'll run out of numbers.
Re: Is it me
>> They'll be on Chrome 22 by the time it's all feature-complete and ready.
Prehaps, but it'll still be in Beta.
The latest snapshot is pretty darn decent..
Oh why didst thou forsake me, Opera?
I was a long term Opera advocate, even paying for some version (3? 4?) back in the day. But they pissed me off when, IMHO, their product took a few backwards steps and committed the cardinal sin of becoming ever so slightly unstable a few versions ago that I doubt I'll ever bother trying it again.
I like Chrome's ever increasing version numbers though, I reckon their intention must be to get to a googol. This will signify the achievement of the technological singularity...and nothing will ever be the same again.
"Mac fans get improved stability...but note this is a very unstable version"
Works fine on Linux (Ubuntu) as well -
the Chrome browser seems to be going from strength to strength. Let us hope Google does as good a job with the Chrome OS !...