1. Just watch out for that EULA.

  2. i’m willing to try it out just to see if it works more efficiently than FireFox… if it’s faster than Firefox and isn’t IE, then i’ll use it

  3. IE is going to offer users a chance to set IE to “private”, which will block Google’s Adwords advertising then Google Chrome born. Google Chrome is clean and fast. But I love Firefox.

  4. @Matt
    Thinking the EULA will evolve with time too. Though… I admit I haven’t read it yet. Not enough hours in the day :)

    @media boy
    It’s fast, and it’s not IE. But it’s also just 1 day old. I’d give it some more time before deciding to switch.

    @Thai SEO
    Yes, I love Firefox too.

  5. Nathanael Woodbridge

    Looks good.
    The only thing I noticed, although it might just be my computer, is that you are not asked if you are sure you want to close the page.

  6. IE8 b2 offers tab isolation

  7. Francesco

    Chrome uses Webkit (as does Safari) and for some reason Webkit does not support the onBeforeUnload event.

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