Anyone have experience with the ChromePlus browser?
I found a write up about it over on CNET's download site. Marketed as Chrome, only better. Same speed, virtually the same UI. But it does have a few tweaks to it.
-Has an IE tab that lets you to interact with servers that only play with IE.
-Supports Mouse Gestures
-Has a Sidebar that can be customized
-Supports (in a limited number) Chrome themes and extensions
-Supports IE8's Web Slice Gallery service
This thing is like a FrankenBrowser. I can identify elements (at the UI level) of IE, Opera, and of course Chrome.
It didn't import the data from Chrome like it was advertised; it tried to import data from IE instead. I rarely used IE- even before I installed the beta of IE9 and it promptly updated itself and crashed, never to be resurrected...
Originally Posted by Cyril
Ride what and in what manner pleases you. Those that mind don't matter, and those that matter don't mind. srsly.
I use Chromeplus in Arch Linux and really like it. I previously used Firefox, what I like most about is setting my cache which goes to ram. It does have a few other options but this was really the reason I chose it. I have noticed it does crash a lot easier then firefox ever did and flash seems to crash but that is more a product of linux then actual Chromeplus.
From personal use I think Opera is by far the best but also the largest of the installs. I am all about lean on my linux laptop (use dwm).