Google Chrome is now available for Linux

On December 9, 2009, in google chrome, by Dipin Krishna

Google released a beta version of Chrome for Linux and browser extensions for users of beta and developer builds.

The final step for Chrome on Linux will be to be released on what Google calls the stable channel, as opposed to the beta and developer channels.

Google’s design goals for Chrome, which represents the foundation of the company’s forthcoming Chrome OS, remain focused on speed, stability, and security. As an example, Chrome isolates each browser tab so that buggy Web page code will only crash the tab and not the entire browser. Chrome’s multiprocess architecture is also a way to protect users from poorly coded or malicious extensions.

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