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Anyone have any idea when the Chrome web browser will be available for macs ???

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No but codeweavers have released a windows version that will run in OS X
http://www.codeweavers.com/services/ports/chromium/
Tried it and it IS a windows program slow and ugly...
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Had a quick look. Think I'll wait for the mac version.

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Thanks for that link
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the wait isnt worth it really....currently it is a huge memory hog. i use it for fun at work but if i had to have only one browser on my computer it would be firefox

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If you want to give the basic technology a spin, Stainless is based on a similar premise as Chrome:
Stainless for OS X Leopard

It also separates each tab into its own process and is webkit based. It's missing a lot of basic functionality, but it gives you a taste of what Chrome might be like.
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If you want to give the basic technology a spin, Stainless is based on a similar premise as Chrome:
Stainless for OS X Leopard

It also separates each tab into its own process and is webkit based. It's missing a lot of basic functionality, but it gives you a taste of what Chrome might be like.
I just grabbed that. I hope they maybe add a few more features as what is there looks interesting so far.

So far I am not all that impressed with Chrome, but waiting for the OSX version so I can mess with it more.
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