Chrome: Linux's best Web browser?
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"I'm a long time Firefox fan, but I've also grown fond
of Google's Chrome browser. In fact, I've pretty much switched to
Chrome as my browser of choice on my Windows PCs. Up until now
though I've stuck with Firefox on Linux, but now that Chrome is
available as a beta on Linux, I'm being tempted to switch.
"I've been using the Chrome developer builds on Linux for
months. It was fast, but it was also unstable so I never seriously
considered it as a Firefox replacement. With the Chrome beta,
though Chrome is proving to be both faster than fast and stable to
"I've been running the rapidly evolution Web browser primarily
on my Dell Inspiron 530s."