After reading this post at “Linux Today” I decided to install the so expected Linux version of Chrome, the Google’s browser.
As I use Arch Linux, I haven’t expected to have a compiled version linked directly by the chromium’s website. Instead, I was hoping Arch’s developers already packaged it. And, with no big surprises, they did. Just to clarify a thing before continuing: Chromium is the open source projected behind Chrome (which is not opensource).
I’m not writing this post to repeat what’s already written there. So read it too. As opposed to his impression however, I’m running it without big problems: pages are rendered well formatted, without html or css problems. Sure, it’s not a browser to use everyday yet, but as a pre-alpha version it’s doing pretty good. Below, a picture with this post been written.