Chrome for Linux and Mac will be released until mid-year

The representative of the Internet giant Google said that the company plans to release a version of the Web-browser Chrome for GNU / Linux and Mac OS X in the first half of 2009.

The basic version of Chrome for Linux and Mac ready, but until they allow only “good show most of the Web-pages.” All additional features Web-browser needs refinement or development. In addition, work is underway to improve the stability of these ports Chrome.

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