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    "Build 77 & 79 Got Chrome Back To Speed Again"

    August 15, 2012  |   By ElObomo


    Google fixed the slow surfing that was evident in build 75. Now it's back to the speedy Chrome of old. Also fixed the scrolling problem in Google Maps with R and L keys. Another plus with Google's version of Chromium is instant updates - don't have to wait for days or weeks like some other Chromium browsers do. Has spell check - unlike IE9.


    Just have to disable Google's spyware and numerious tracking devices. Was disappointed by build 75, but it's fixed now and Google Chrome back to it's halcyon days.


    Have been using IE9 and Comodo Dragon, but they lack a couple of must have's so switched back to Chrome. Now happy.

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