Downloaded and installed Google Chrome
. Installing was done without any problem. Just for the last step - it required to close down my Firefox which was installing it. It wanted to copy its settings. Fine, closed the Firefox, but installation pop up of Chrome was refusing to die. The "x" was inactive. Anyway killed it and started the Chrome. Entered Gmail URL, it opens up a pop-up for Proxy Authentication. Ok done, but noticed that it does not provide for saving the authentication which normally other browsers do. So every time I needed to start a session, it prompts for authentication. Very irritating!
The technology behind Google Chrome has been explained through a 38 pages cartoon
booklet. This way of explaining is quite innovative. So I was quick to learn that big advantage of Chrome lies in multiprocessing. If a "Tab" gets struck, the whole Chrome need not be killed.
However, I still can not afford to shift from Firefox to Chrome. I am used to many 'add-ons
' or Plug-ins available for Firefox. Hope such add-ons are also available for Chrome in near future.