Google Chrome for Mac and Linux Finally Hits Beta; Very Fast, Pretty Stable [Downloads]

Mac/Linux: If you’re a Mac or Linux user who’s been waiting patiently for Chrome to hit at least a beta release before you felt comfortable kicking the tires on Chrome (or jumping on the bandwagon entirely), today’s your lucky day.

Google today officially released Chrome for Mac and Linux as a proper beta???that is to say, it’s still not a final release that we’d go encouraging people who don’t know their way around a computer to make their full-time browser, but we figure most Lifehacker readers would be perfectly comfortable giving it a go.

Chrome for Mac/Linux beta doesn’t have all of the features available to Chrome on Windows, and if you’ve been using the dev builds of Chrome before this, you probably won’t notice any significant changes.

Chrome for Mac/Linux beta is a free download, works with Intel Macs running Leopard or Snow Leopard or Linux PCs.

Send an email to Adam Pash, the author of this post, at gvcf+nqnz@yvsrunpxre.pbz

moc.rekcahefil@mada+spit.

Per fi!

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