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Post by Admin on Mon Sep 20, 2010 11:49 pm


Did I just fail to notice before or was it really a new thing? Have
you tried visiting the home page of Google on your MacBook’s Safari? Coz
I just noticed that there is a little if not small advertisement found
on the homepage that promotes Chrome, Google’s very own web browser.
At first I assumed that this is just a tech war between Google and Apple, but when I opened Google in Firefox, same ad appeared.
In Internet Explorer, however, the ad is not visible. I assumed again
that this luring ad has already been done in Windows. I came to know
that since December, there has only been a single certified version of
Google Chrome for Mac utilities. The reason for hanging in line by
Google is that they maybe waiting for any reported flaws or defects.
Should Google prefer to make that small message in bold, they could have
placed it in a more strategic location and not just in the top right
corner only.
Chrome is advertised by Google as a better and faster alternative in
finding one’s way through the Web. This would probably confuse some Mac
users as the Safari is still described and touted by Apple as the
fastest web browser in the world.

Today, this version is only comparable with an outdated Firefox and
still no Chrome as reference. Browser speed tests showed that Chrome is
superior over Safari and Opera no wonder Google really has the rights to
be proud, although credits may still be given to Safari as the test was
performed using Windows Internet Explorer.
In a few formal speed tests for browsing speed, some details have yet
to be disclosed. If Chrome for OS X is claimed by Google to be superior
in speed compared to the Firefox and Safari, the details must be
revealed especially when the downloading feature is not dedicated and
focused on a fancy new video.
I think I would really want to see Chrome’s performance on Mac. The
competition may be tough and the luring may even be tougher for Google.
Apparently users of Safari browser (default browser in Mac) have not at
all reported of any incident of dissatisfaction. If figures may help and
if you may want to know, 11% of the users of Mac and 18% of Windows
browse the web via Chrome.
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