Archives Tag: Google Browser

Chrome for Mac Latest Updates

Here are some of the latest updates for Google Chrome for Mac. Week of Mar 29 – Apr 4 Middle-click, command-click, and “open link in new tab” should now all correctly open a new tab without tab bar wonkiness. Starting to work on getting code coverage numbers Added a bit of hysteresis to start dragging […]

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Chrome Next Steps: Extension API

Chrome is an amazing browser and I’m very thankful that Google released it. It has helped set the standard much higher for browsers and for what is to come in future releases of all browsers. The primary component about Chrome that I love is how fast the JavaScript engine is. It’s amazingly fast. But one […]

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Google Chrome Extensions

Google’s Chrome browser is still prepping for extensions. It really should have launched with extensions in the first place, along with a Mac and Linux version, but hey, life isn’t perfect and neither is Google. Here are some excerpts about how to use extensions within Chrome. Create a folder somewhere on your computer to contain […]

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Google Chrome vs. Apple Safari [Beta4]

Google Chrome was launched in September of 2008. To date, Google Chrome is still not yet available for OS X or Linux version of the browser. Google continues to tell everyone “we are working on it,” yet still offers no product for these two operating systems. Apple wanted to take advantage of Google’s sluggish OS […]

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Google Chrome Fixes and Beta Version Update

Google Chrome’s Beta and Stable channels have been updated to 1.0.154.48. The change in 1.0.154.46 to fix HotMail caused a problem for users in Incognito mode trying to access sites which depend on the User-Agent header. This header identifies the type of browser making the request and should be part of every request, even in […]

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Google Chrome Privacy

Matt Cutts, a Google extradinaire, wrote up an article talking about Chrome‘s privacy settings. How private is your data? …and is Google becoming “big brother” by collecting your data? This is all explained by Matt in his article. Here’s a short excerpt by Matt in his article. I like that you can manage Chrome’s communications […]

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Google Welcomes Code Contributions

The first comment on the post is actually a great question. “Is this the first outside contributor that has been granted commit privileges?” by Ryan. Chrome is, I believe, the first product of Google which is accepting an external committer. [full doc on becoming a committer] Google has chosen Pawel Hajdan Jr. as the first […]

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Google Chrome Leaves Beta

In a shocking announcement today, Google Chrome is leaving its “beta” status and is being announced as a stable public release. I say shocking because it’s very rare for any one of Google’s products to leave the beta phase these days. Google Chrome is an amazing browser which is ultra-light weight and very easy to […]

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Google Chrome: Going Over the Basics

Here is an article from Google, discussing some of the basics about Google Chrome. A glossary of all the terms you may find in Google Chrome. It’s a good refresher course for those that want to learn more about the the nitty gritty of Google Chrome.

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Google is…Not Google?

Redirects are very common with websites. Especially those that are concerned with search engines. If you type in http://ginside.com, it will redirect to http://www.ginside.com, because that’s how I have it setup — everything points to www. But apparently, Google is no exception, even to its own browser, with this rule. Good job Google

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