Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Download Google Chrome operating system

Coming Soon Google Chrome operating system it is expected in 2010. It will be an open source project based on linux kernel.
Stay connected!!!

Sunday, July 5, 2009

Facebook problem with Google Chrome

At the actual version ( ,Google Chrome, still have some bugs with Facebook.
The most troublesome for me is when I click "close" over a friend suggestion, in next friend suggestion I can't see friend name. This problem still remain until you refresh the page.

Sometimes Chrome seems hang up when a facebook tab is opened from a while. The notifications don't appear anymore and the chat don't work well. In this case you have to close the tab where Facebook is open.

I really don't know if this kind of issue are imputable to facebook ajax control (that doesnt respect standard) or to the immaturity of Google Chrome.

I still searching more information, and more user experince problem with FB.

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Chrome PreBeta win AcidTest

In this days a new version of Google Browser Chrome is available in a pre-beta realese at

Probabilly you have already read about the lot of new features this versione include, but i never hear about its new record on ACID3 Test. In fact Chrome score in Acid Test is around 100!!
Try it by yourself.

Another interesting features I have found and that isn't well-know, is now the search function works well inside page text box area too.

Other features can be found on official Google Chrome Release Blog here.
Anyway the most important include form autofill, full page zoom and autoscroll (both thanks to a new version of WebKit), and a cool new way to drag tabs out to get a side-by-side view (shown below).

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

New Release Available

Google Chrome's Stable and Beta channels have been updated to version

This is a minor update to add the following fixes:
  • Update Gears to version to fix a crash with some offline applications

  • Enable spell-checking for Hebrew

New WebKit for Google Chrome

All the rumors indicate that Google Chrome is exiting with new version 2.0.

Actually in Beta-version this release will include:
  • New version of WebKit, with lots of fixes and new features like full-page zoom, autoscroll, and CSS gradients and reflections.
  • New network code. Google Chrome now has its own implementation of the HTTP network protocol (we were using the WinHTTP library on Windows, but need common code for Mac and Linux).
  • Form Autocomplete.
  • Full-page zoom.
  • Autoscroll (rough implementation). Middle-click on a page to scroll the page in any direction.
A complete list of implemented features is available here