A developer preview version of Google's Chrome is now available on Mac OS X, according to an official chrome blog post - Thursday. Chrome had been a Windows-only product, which before now, coders have been working to rebuild some Chrome components, such as its graphical interface and its sandbox that isolates different processes from each other, to move beyond Windows and embrace Mac/Linux.
Google product managers Mike Smith and Karen Grunberg stated in the blog post, 'In order to get more feedback from developers, we have early developer channel versions of Google Chrome for Mac OS X and Linux, but whatever you do, please DON'T DOWNLOAD THEM,' which more-or-less evidently points to a reverse psychology.
However, the company warns that the developer preview versions are yet a work-in-progress, and falls in the category of 'most unstable' of all known versions of chrome.
Posted by Unknown | June 05, 2009 | Browser Trends, Operating Systems
Chrome For Mac OS X And Linux Released
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