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Google shifts Chrome browser out of test mode


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#1 OFFLINE   Mark Holtz

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Posted 11 December 2008 - 06:19 PM

From SF Gate/AP:

Google shifts Chrome browser out of test mode

Google Inc. is shifting its Web browser out of test mode just 100 days after its debut, an unusually quick transition for a company known for keeping the "beta" tag on some products for years.

Thursday's removal of the test label from Google's browser, called Chrome, underscores its importance to the Internet search leader.

Google is trying to lure Web surfers away from the leading browsers, Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Explorer and the Mozilla Foundation's Firefox.

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I've been using Chrome as my main browser when not at work. I do miss uppity and AdBlocker.
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