Aura-Powered Google Chrome Now Available on LinuxMay 21, 2014, 19:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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After what feels like forever in the making, Google has today released the first stable version of Chrome for Linux to use Aura, the search giant’s in-house graphics stack.
Aura, which replaces GTK+, is used to draw the bulk of the Chrome UI on screen, including menus and window frames (and yes, it works fine with both locally integrated and global menus).
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