Google Chrome coming soon to Mac and Linux

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chrome-logoFeeling left out of the Google Chrome party? I know I am. It’s been out for some time now, but because Google left Mac and Linux users out in the cold, I still haven’t given it a try.

While Firefox is my browser of choice, Chrome sounds like much more than a simple browser. It is a step towards a web-based operating system. For example, each tab is an isolated process, so that if one web site/webapp crashes, the browser remains functional (kind of like your actual OS, where if Word crashes, you can keep using Outlook).

Look for it in the “first half” of 2009.

Chrome for Mac and Linux Slated for First Half of 2009 | Lifehacker

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