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Google Chrome

A free web browser developed by Google from the open source Chromium project with a focus on speed...

  • Mac OS X
  • Windows
    Available also as unofficial portable app
  • Linux
  • Android
    Available only for Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) or higher
  • iPhone
  • Android Tablet
  • iPad

A free web browser developed by Google from the open source Small Chromium iconChromium project with a focus on speed and minimalism. Chrome offers fast start-up and web page loading, sports a minimalist user interface, automatically updates in the background, and offers syncing of browser bookmarks, extensions, passwords, and history between multiple computers by Google account.

Additionally, Chrome has Flash and PDF support built into the browser for better speed and security. More Info »

Chrome Web Apps and Extensions are available on Small Chrome Web Store iconChrome Web Store .

Available also as portable app:

Available in more than 50 languages. More Info »


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Google Chrome (sometimes referred to as Chrome) was added by Stuck in Oct 2008 and the lastest update was made in Mar 2015. There is a history of activites on Google Chrome in our Change Log and Activity Log. It's possible to update the information on Google Chrome or report it as discontinued, duplicated or spam. If you want a nice widget to put on your website check these out.

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Maybe someone knows how to add bookmarks straight to the correct folder? Without need to choose in the tiny window without any option to see all bookmark folders, but the ability to choose a required sub folder straight away?


Privacy is questionable

Negative Comment by LAN about Google Chrome Aug 2014

Google is a known tracker. They make money with our personal data. They earn billions when they sell our data to advertisers. I don't completely trust Chrome when it comes to privacy.


Devtools are awesome

Positive Comment by Eostyx about Google Chrome Apr 2012

I can't believe how wicked Chrome devtools are. After putting it off because I was wholly anti-google in the respect of ad-head hunting. But in this world, you don't have enough time to worry about this crap. I use this as my main browser now. I do still have IE and Firefox if I need them.

This is a great browser. Try it.


AdBlocking http stream has only recently become possible (youtard adblocking, et al). Such has been possible in mozila firefox since before the firefox appellation.


Google Chrome is so far more stable and reliable internet browser which I use on a daily basis.


Avoid if viewing Youtube, or lots of web browsing.

Negative Comment by gregzeng about Google Chrome Also mentioning: Opera Aug 2013

Google's Youtube policy is that we are not allowed to save their videos on our machines. If you need to view later (or slower speeds, rewinds, etc), use the add-ons that are allowed with Chromium, Opera or Firefox-types of browsers.

All web browsers are clumsy and inefficient, unless you use the correct choice of add-ons. My preference is Opera, since it does not have thousands of choices of add-ons, nor lots of useless and replicated add-ons. Inbuilt to Opera, with need add-ons are: Tab-Close-Undo, Double-click Tab-close, Popup-blocker, Script-blocker, Page-view zoom, Tab-previews, Background tab-openings, instant MHT-file saves, page-source views, address-copy, form-filling,etc.

Opera versions later than 12.xx are similar to Chromium, etc -- bad and narrow selection of add-ons. That's why Opera still offers versions 12.xx. Firefox is still trying to emulate the performance of Opera 12.xx, but its add-ons are messy: poor functioning, no compatible with latest versions of Firefox, & so many similar, overlapping choices. See my site for more detailed comments. Soon - I hope.


Policy created by the naive.

Each viewed portion of the video necessarily is on your end of the network connection.

Addons don't make the interweb browser unstable. That requires either/both poorly coded extensions or/and no interweb management of resources allocated to extensions. Mozilla has routinely refused to create such functionality. Google has no such interest. Opera is not attractive for such [third party] development.

Everything on windows 32bit is slow. Everything on windows 64bit is slow with less than 16 gigs of ram. Everything is slow on OSX (mac) with less than 16 gigs of ram. Everything on shiny gui distros of linux is slow with less than 16 gigs of ram.

Don't be a youtard:


i like the look of google chrome. but it is often slow (with windows 7). uses 25% cpu even when i just visit normal websites. with android it is always slow (ok, i alo have slow phone but other browser for android are faster)


Everything on windows 32bit is slow. Everything on windows 64bit is slow with less than 16 gigs of ram. Everything is slow on OSX (mac) with less than 16 gigs of ram. Everything on shiny gui distros of linux is slow with less than 16 gigs of ram.


Known bug for quite some time. You are not fully incognito if you allow any flash elements on any site.


I love it

Positive Comment by OlaMohammad about Google Chrome Also mentioning: Mozilla Firefox Opera Feb 2014

One of mt favorite browsers alongside with Firefox (my most favorite one) and Opera


I've recently noticed that Chrome loads large webpages much slower than Safari in Mac OS X. While the difference isn't large enough to notice in most day-to-day browsing, Chrome tends to stutter and lag out on my Hackintosh when it attempts to load extremely large pages, such as long Wikipedia articles or forum threads.

Meanwhile, Safari can load anything pretty much instantaneously. I love Chrome (and there's no chance that I'm giving up all of its extra features for Safari), but this discrepancy in loading times is rather puzzling to me.


Chrome for iPhone and iPad doesn't have a lot of extra features, unlike other 3rd-party browsers (e.g. Atomic Web Browser, Mercury Browser, iCab, etc...). However, Chrome is a real pleasure to use on my iPhone, which is more than can be said for the other browsers.


Very good but...

Comment by User6129169 about Google Chrome May 2012

It is great in term of speed and stability but questionable when it comes to privacy