Posts tagged chrome
Yes. You can never get enough speed.
It seems that Chrome has a ‘hidden’ section where you can enable some experimental tweaks to enable features that’s so new, it could potentially blow up your browser (sort of).More >
I’ve recently jumped on the Linux bandwagon and installed Linux Mint as the primary OS on my work machine. Cutting the long story short, I installed Chrome and discovered that it didn’t have the Java plugin pre-installed. Bummer.
So naturally, I went to download the latest Java runtime for Linux (jre-6u18-linux-x64.bin) here and installed it at /opt/java. For you Linux newbies, I’ll go easy on you as I too was a Linux n00b not too long ago More >
If you do not already know, Chrome today supports extensions to further enhances your browsing experience. Extensions are nothing new if you’re been using Firefox or Maxthon before. But before you go nuts trying to figure out why Chrome on your machine don’t seem to work, do note that it’s actually only supported on the latest beta version of Chrome. So yeah, you’ve to upgrade it (link here) if you’re using the latest official release of More >
Pretty much everyone harping about Google’s Chrome these days. I know. I’m one of them too. Which is also why it’s so frustrating when I couldn’t get Chrome to work on my work notebook which is running Windows XP SP3. Countless searches showed quite a number too suffered the same problem as I did. Google Chrome would install. But it would mysteriously close the import settings dialog box nor would it uninstall itself. The portable version More >