Why I Use Google Chrome

Recently there was an article in Web Worker Daily about the release of Firefox 3.6 – and why the writer won’t give up Google Chrome.

A while ago, I found that Firefox would not render a particular page I needed desperately – but Google Chrome did (and on Linux, no less).

I also like the way that Google Chrome has the fastest (or one of the fastest) Javascript engines: so much of the “cloud” applications are based on Javascript, whether its Google Reader, Zoho Office, or whatever. A few cloud applications rely on Flash or on Java, but not many compared to Javascript.

Another thing that I like is that in Google Chrome the tabs can be manipulated, moved around, and even pulled out of windows or moved into new windows.

I’ve been using Google Chrome for several weeks now, and love it. Many of the things that I liked ar e available as bookmarklets (which is normally Javascript): Passpack and Clippable for instance.

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