Wednesday, December 09, 2009

Google Chrome on Linux

Google has finally released a beta version of Google Chrome for Linux and Macintosh. Just go to Chrome's website and it will detect your operating system and place the correct link to the download page.

Too bad, the option we had only for Debian/Ubuntu (DEB) and OpenSUSE/Fedora (RPM). The other format are not officially supported and Google put a link on a community-supported version. I think for now, the best option is to use a bundle Chrome package. It's not the most bleeding edge, but i think it's quite stable for daily usage.

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous12:05 AM

    I'm using Google Chrome on Windows Vista and it works great. Better than Opera, IE or Firefox I might say. It's a good thing it's going to be available for linux too.