SwiCago said:My co-worder and I gave it a test drive today...we discovered the following
1) It uses IE back end for connectivity. Click network options and you will see it 1 to 1 IE configuration options. Second proof, they reference MS website for network configuration on their FAQs
Here is the http://www.google.com/support/chrome/bin/answer.py?answer=96815&query=connection&topic=&type="]Linky [/URL]... :rofl:
2) Not a true multi-tabber like Firefox. By this I mean that each time you open a new tab, it actually starts a new instance of chrome.exe .. Check for yourself under Task Manager. This is the same thing IE7 does...hmm more IE in the background then they lead on???
3) Reacts the same way with CSS as IE7 ... tisk tisk google.
We un-installed it and are staying with FF3