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  • 1.0 stars

    "True Crap!"

    May 17, 2012  |   By MAC-MAN-JW


    Opens fast


    Puts ads on webpages that are not there in other web browsers Slower then ie,firefox,safari


    I don't use chrome any more i just like to try new versions to see if any thing changed i think the only resion chrome is used by so menny is google puts ads for it every wear if people just look there are better out there (FireFox,IE,Safari) do you rely want google seeing what your doing? i sure don't, if there web browser was half good i would not mind useing it.

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  • Reply by ElObomo on May 18, 2012

    If you are using just about any other browser - you have a better browser than Google Chrome.

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