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    This browser is lighting fast. Way faster than FF. Normally i would be worried about that kinda stuff in an EULA, but I use everything else that google does. So I figure that if they're stealing info on me, they've got enough as it is.

    Probably not the best attitude, but I'm just giving it a test run right now
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    Quote Originally Posted by deafcyclist View Post
    saw this on another forum about the browser EULA, this worries me since I generally like google products.



    I wonder if anybody here could help figure exactly what this EULA means by the above quote. I've tried out chrome and rather like it quite a bit but had uninstalled it as soon as I saw this EULA.

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    I read on boygeniusreport.com that google apparently got a large amount of backlash from the community about this language and will be removing it which will apply to users who have already downloaded GChrome.

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    Read the user agreement. They have a right to snoop and retain rights to anything you do on there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by c0rinne View Post
    I uninstalled it. It was slow for me. I didn't try the shortcuts. I've been really used to mac short cuts over the last few months, so I keep forgetting to use windows shortcuts.
    Ok. If you're using a Mac then Chrome isn't compatible yet. They're releasing the Mac version within the next couple months.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vortec7 View Post
    This browser is lighting fast. Way faster than FF. Normally i would be worried about that kinda stuff in an EULA, but I use everything else that google does. So I figure that if they're stealing info on me, they've got enough as it is.

    Probably not the best attitude, but I'm just giving it a test run right now
    LOL. Yeah me too. One of the first things I did was create desktop shortcuts for all the Google apps that I use. A cool thing I noticed is that when I use the Google Reader desktop shortcut and click on a story it automatically opens the story in the Chrome browser. Same thing with Gmail, etc. It's just a clean, simple, super fast browser thats easy to use. It doesn't have all the add-ons that Firefox has (yet!) but in a way that's a good thing. I like the way you can click and drag links to open new tabs, too.
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    EULA agreement scared me alone, but they were sure quick to retract it via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~

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    Here is some funs stuff I stumbled on this evening on cnet about the new Chrome browser....

    September 4, 2008 11:06 AM PDT
    See Chrome's inner workings--and an Easter egg
    Posted by Stephen Shankland

    Google's Chrome browser has as Spartan a user interface as possible, but the browser's Omnibox also turns out to be a window into a much more elaborate view of the browser.
    That's because Chrome users can type several commands into the browser's address box to uncovers a wealth of nitty-gritty detail and an amusing Easter egg.


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    This looks amazing.

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    This would be a godsend add on. Personally I'm not to keen on opera's choice. And mozilla doesn't seem to be interested in hooking up that mobile version anytime soon.

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    No more Chrome Beta. Now available as a ready for prime time release.

    Still not seeing anything in the news about possible smart phone versions

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    yup willing to try (trial version) before release. will definitly send feedback. i love google products.

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