As operating systems get newer and faster, browsers go with it. For instance, Chrome has a late entry in the browsing world. But, within just a short period of time, it has proven its capabilities and dominance as far as web browsers are concerned. In fact, it has surpassed what other web browser giants are capable of giving. Now, Google Chrome has launched the availability of Chrome for Linux.
Various comments are thrown out at Google Chrome browser and majority agrees that the Chrome browser is neat and fast. I’ve been using Firefox for a long time and happy with. When Chrome came out, I didn’t want to use it. However, as more people use chrome for web browsing, I was compelled to try it and was impressed with how it works.
However, when Chrome for Linux was released, I was more than glad to try it because my favorite buddy runs with Linux. This newly released free OS is aimed to provide lightweight distribution for Linux machines with the ground-breaking Chrome browser for the finest browsing experience. If you haven’t tried it for your Linux machine, then, here’s a quick overview of Chrome for Linux.