Advertisement Google Chrome is in da house- I likee! by James Kendrick Sep 2, 2008 - 12:54 PM PDT 15 Comments Advertisement Advertisement 15 Comments Oliver September 2nd, 2008 Google is an advertising company. Why would they make it easy to block ads? Gavin Miller September 2nd, 2008 Remember all it’s a V0.2 Beta, and it’s Open Source so the tweaks and add ons will come. Robert September 2nd, 2008 What? No ad-block imported from Firefox? I have forgotten how many ads websites pack these days. I miss my ad-block… :( Johan September 2nd, 2008 I cannot believe that interface! Google definitely has lots to learn there, the transparent area at the top of the window is so ugly… Riles September 2nd, 2008 I popped onto Facebook with Chrome and noticed that I can’t select certain items, for example I could not click on “clear status” and seemed unable to select some of the “see more” options at the bottom of pages. Anyone else noticing anything along these lines? Bree September 2nd, 2008 Damn it’s ugly…. couldn’t they step away from the IE clone? Nate September 2nd, 2008 … and I miss Adblock Plus. I’m used to not having to look at all this extra crap. Nate September 2nd, 2008 Double post, thanks to Chrome. I guess that’s another issue I’m having with Google’s new baby. Nate September 2nd, 2008 It’s super-fast. It’s hard not to like that. My main concern, with this and any new browser, is the security holes that will surely need plugging. I’d also like to be able to scroll up a page with my notebook scrollbar. It seems to only allow me to scroll down. Nate September 2nd, 2008 It’s super-fast. It’s hard not to like that. My main concern, with this and any new browser, is the security holes that will surely need plugging. I’d also like to be able to scroll up a page with my notebook scrollbar. It seems to only allow me to scroll down. Ctitanic September 2nd, 2008 Tablet PC support there? arit September 2nd, 2008 I miss my FF mousegestures. Also I do not like that saved passwords are not protected by a masterpassword :/ Sebastian R. September 2nd, 2008 It’s running really fast on an aspire one 110L with windows XP. Fire Fox was really slow even with all tweaks. Now surfing is really fun! I like it!!! Craig September 2nd, 2008 Running it inside VMWare fusion on my mac at work, behind corporate firewall. Throwing every nasty intensive page I can think of at it, and so far it is handling everything like a champ! Plus, it’s pretty fast, too! I am mighty impressed! Nate September 2nd, 2008 I like how the frame of Chrome is handled in Vista – there isn’t any extra Aero glass around the edge other than what was already part of the design. Comments are closed.