Google releases Chrome 1.0, no more Beta

Google released Chrome 1.0 today and removed the Beta label from it. It doesn’t have the long awaited extension support, but now features a nice bookmark manager (which you can access by Ctrl+Shift+B), with functions like search, edit, delete, tree browsing and more. The extensions issue is a very recognized necesity in the Chrome browser, and Google filed long ago in the Chromium website (the Google code project for the open source face of Chrome)  a document stating the importance of extensions in Chrome and some rough guidelines.

6 thoughts on “Google releases Chrome 1.0, no more Beta”

  1. Dhaval, I hadn’t tried DivX Web Player in Chrome before so I installed DivX Web Player to answer your question. Next time I opened Chrome, DivX Web Player was working. No config, nothing. It’s just working.
    I typed about:plugins in Chrome to see what I had and I got this
    DivX Web Player version
    Perhaps you would like to update your DivX Web Player and your Chrome?

  2. i cant seem to get the divx web player to work i press play n nothing happens in google chrome(gc)i use gc as my defalt browser but when i play through internet explorer it works iv tried reinstall it but nothing works can someone help me coz i prefer to use gc coz its well faster

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