Google Chrome is out of beta…

I have been following and keep finding myself using Google’s Chrome browser, more and more… Speed, simplicity, built in sandbox technology and safe browsing features are the attractive elements I like.  Today, I learned that Google has taken “Chrome” out of “beta” (removed the “beta” label). You can follow Google’s development of “Chrome” by clicking on any the Google links located on the sidebar at the right side of the blog.



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Google Chrome (BETA)

12/11/2008 10:00:00 AM

Since we first released Google Chrome, the development team has been hard at work improving the stability and overall performance of the browser. In just 100 days, we have reached more than 10 million active users around the world (on all seven continents, no less) and released 14 updates to the product. We’re excited to announce that with today’s fifteenth release we are taking off the “beta” label!
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2 thoughts on “Google Chrome is out of beta…

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    1. coffee,

      I agree… I think Google has this browser setup as the baseline for things to come (i.e. cloud computing). So far, I keep finding myself using it more and more.

      Thank you for visiting and commenting.



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