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A Planner’s take on Google Chrome

February 6, 2009

Since Google came out with a web browser, I decided to put Mozilla to rest and give it a try.

The very first time I opened the browser after downloading, the home page gave me a list of reasons why Chrome was better than any other web browser. One that stuck out was that there is one box for URL and for searching – a one-stop shop.

The home page, after your first visit, on Chrome displays the sites you frequent the most. It also shows those sites when you open a new tab, which I found to be helpful.

The only gripe I have is while they do offer bookmarks in Chrome, they don’t let you put a side toolbar up. Once they do that, I will be a Chrome enthusiast for life.

Or, until they come up with something else.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Crystal permalink*
    February 6, 2009 1:39 pm

    I’m going to have to download it and play with it. I trust your opinion more than those geeky review sites. If it works for mpizzle …

  2. marypatanselm permalink
    February 13, 2009 10:47 am

    One more thing that Grinds my Gears about Chrome – when I close out, it doesn’t ask me if I want to “save & quit” like Firefox does. Sometimes, in my computer clumsiness, I accidentally click the “X”, and in that occasion, Firefox becomes a savior. Chrome, however, closes faster than LA when it rains. Which results in me saying something like, “Shit the bed.”

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