Google Chrome can’t yet be my default browser

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image Google Chrome is a browser that combines a minimal design with sophisticated technology to make the web faster, safer, and easier. A quick note on what I think about it.

I like it …

  • It’s blazing fast. Yes, pages load really really fast.
  • The recent bookmarks/most visited websites displayed on the default home page is useful.
  • Maximum screen space by doing away with the Menu at the top.

But yet not there …

  • The Google Toolbar is missing – I miss the direct image/news search options and also the ability to access my Google bookmarks directly from the toolbar. Keyword highlight also doesn’t happen.
  • The forward and backward button does not let me jump pages. You know that little arrow which gives you a quick view of pages to jump to.
  • Add-ons for Evernote & deli.ciou.us yet not there.

So Chrome has great potential to be my browser of choice but it’s yet got to power up on features to become the default.

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2 thoughts on “Google Chrome can’t yet be my default browser

  1. Jamie

    You can view a list of back pages by clicking and holding the back button, as in most browsers (certainly in Opera, IE and FF)

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