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Get Your Chrome Experience On Linux

Aug 06, 2009, 12:04 (0 Talkback[s])
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"So in this article you will learn how to install Chrome on Ubuntu and Chromium on Fedora.

"Two different versions? Why? Simple: Chromium is the open source project behind Chrome. But why can you install Chrome on Ubuntu and not on Fedora? The Chrome developers decided to support Debian-based first. From that support a group of developers for Fedora created the necessary RPM files to enable installation of Chrome on Fedora. Of course both versions are still in beta (as of this writing) and are not 100% fool proof. Even with that stated, you will be surprised at just how well the betas of Chrome and Chromium work. And whether you are looking for an alternative to Firefox, Konqueror, or Opera or if you need something faster, you need to get Chrome onto your system. Let's take a look at how."

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