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Google is calling on extremely brave individuals to test drive the so-called Canary build of its Chrome browser. Not content with pushing out dev channel builds on an almost weekly basis, Mountain View is now slinging very rough-round-the-edges code onto the interwebs for lone rangers who are happy to tinker with a “highly …

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Grenade

See it crash? I'd rather see it load up.

Downloaded this in a curious moment of madness this morning. I keep poking it but it hasn't even loaded yet - it doesn't even leave any footprints or broken springs lying around in the event manager.

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Happy

Usually without a human being ever verifying that it works...

It compiles, that's all the testing I need!

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Your documentation...

...is probably the single line: "It works dunnit??"

Yes, I think I've got some of your stuff here...

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Unstable

i suppose you could class it as such but I couldn't even get a browser window to open, sat there in the background with 2 instances running and utilising 50% of my dual core to do nothing.

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Go

That's odd....

I've been using it all day and haven't had a single issue yet...

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hmm

yeh works fine here too!

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to be fair an unstable version is probably not going to be any worse than some of the final code put out by other companies.

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It's almost too easy...

"Not content with pushing out dev channel builds on an almost weekly basis, Mountain View is now slinging very rough-round-the-edges code onto the interwebs for lone rangers who are happy to tinker with a “highly unstable browser that will often break entirely”."

You mean, Internet Explorer users?

Mine's the one with a copy of Les Dennis' Guide To Easy Comedy Targets in the pocket...

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