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Discussion in 'The Water Cooler' started by Celestra, Sep 24, 2010.
Chrome Frame Leaves Beta, All Set to Hijack an IE Near You | Epicenter (~~)
I used it once.. A long time ago during the early beta days - I noticed no difference. And with IE 9, I'm sure there never will a difference. Nice try from Google, but they should really just stick to Chrome.
I read the article on Chrome Frame, and thought like Mitchell....too little too late, IE9 pretty much has it covered. But then I also read that XP users would not be able to upgrade their browsers to IE9, so if they're stuck with IE8, does this addon/pluggin from Chrome add any feature / functionality to IE8, I noticed that they mentioned IE6 and 7 but made no mention of IE8. I haven't used it, and was unaware of any such thing prior to your thread.
Yes, Chrome Frame is recommended for "Windows 8". They don't talk about in the written article, but they do mention it in the video below the article.