Google spun out the first version 7 stable beta of its Chrome browser yesterday. Mountain View updated Chrome to 7.0.517.24 for Windows, Mac, Linux and Chrome Frame. But the latest release is light on new features, which has left some Chrome fans a bit nonplussed. “Beta already are you sure?” asked Blaz Pristy in the comments …
They'd be better to spend their time adding that hardware accelerated CSS to the Chrome for Android browser.
Version 7 already?
Are they trying to catch up with Emacs or something?
I've been thinking this
They've already got more major version numbers than every main player except Internet Explorer. WTF? Can you really see six or seven versions worth of difference between Chrome 1 and the current release?
Google's irresponsible use of numbers will leave us all short-handed before long. It's like IPv4 all over again.
Had it with Chrome
I've had it with Chrome. It keeps pegging out and saying the sites I'm trying to access have ceased to co-operate despite FFox and Sfari finding them fine.
I have done my tolerant share of nursing lameware. From now on stuff better work out of the box or it's 'istory, mate.
having used google chrome for a few months now using the current stable version version 6 im more than happy to try google chrome version 7 once officially released as long as google doesnt remove features from it making it almost useless cause thats not what i want but i guess il see in the next build i dont do betas i prefer proper final stable builds that are complete
you dropped something.
There, you just need to insert them correctly.
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But will they resurect phantom tabs?
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