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Full user review
"Its a Good Browser From a Clueless Company."
Its fast and stable, much more than I can say about any of the Internet Explorer iterations.
Google announced it was dropping igoogle, the app driven home page. It will no longer offer or support third party apps for your homepage effective Sep of 2013. They are apparently dropping desktop and laptop users from their consideration, and focusing everything on pads and smartphone users. This is shortsighted and will come back to haunt Google. An old marketing maxim says " A customer lost is a customer lost forever." Google is going to learn this very painfully.
It is also dropping Google Groups for another one of their social sites. I don't know if their will be a 100% transfer from Groups to Google+ or one of the other sites. This is an annoyance, but it may not be that bad.
Its a good, fast, stable minimalist browser. Not many bells or whistles, and the embellishments like a good selection of third party apps will no longer be supported in the future. Will computer users continue to use it when igoogle is gone? I downloaded Mozilla's Firefox that is faster and loaded Yahoo as my homepage. I probably won't keep Chrome after September 2013. Until then, two fast browsers are very handy to have.