Full Chrome

The new service on the cloud or software is often coupled with the a small tag BETA, yet many geeks are bold enough to give it a try. After removing Google Chrome from my hard disk several months ago, I then thought of re-installing Google Chrome but this time on my office PC this morning.

Entering the website, the first thing I notice is Google has already removed the tag beta from the Chrom logo. That means the browser is fully lunched. I have no idea for the in-depth update info, but I can sense it is smoother.

Although it is faster than other browser in the market, Google Chrome is quite greedy for computer resource and it comes with a sluggish bookmark management. And these flaws make it inferior to others browsers.

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