Google Chrome is a very impressive release, and I find myself already using it. It strikes the user immediately that this is surely the browser of the future. It seems to rethink the weight and conventional operation of the web browser. It is light as air and fun to use.
It’s not a fair criticism but I do miss my Firefox plugins–I supposed that addons are coming–and the all-important Firefox toolbar feeds, which is the way I browse the web. On the other hand, the phenomenal speed of Chrome makes browsing much less of a chore.
One very real problem I’ve noted though. It does not respond to the fast-view settings of PDF files. It waits for the entire document to load before it displays. This is an annoyance for those who use large PDF files.
In any case, Mises.org looks great on Chrome.