Chrome may be great for developers - what about the users?

3 Sep 2008 - 3:03pm
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Help me out here. I've read the thread about whether Chrome is a
browser, or an OS, or whether it's a development environment. I'm left
wondering whether this is a better mousetrap.

I've downloaded it, and it doesn't appear to have imported my
bookmarks properly. I quite like the clean lines look, and the way the
tabs work is nice, and it's quicker. Create application shortcuts
creates, er, a shortcut to the relevant page, which it then opens in a
browser window without the furniture.

So what does it all mean for the user? Even if lots of people migrate
to Chrome, will there be any fundamental diffrence in the way people
use the Internet (of which the web is a subset?).

* Nick Gassman - Usability and Standards Manager - *

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