I'm posting on it right now.
I like it but it's not better than IE. Maybe cause I've been using IE for a trouble-free 10+ years.
Also, the little scroll pad on my laptop lets me scroll the screen down but not back up. This is def a Chrome issue since it works normally on IE.
So-so I'd say, I really see no reason to keep it though.
I seriously doubt there will be any sort of AdBlock extension for this thing (does Google condone popup ads?). Think about how the Big G makes its money to develop this thing to start.
Google says they set out to make a stable browser, and touts their approach to development and testing. (They have a huge store of web pages on hand to automatically test each new build of the browser against.) In light of that, I was surprised that I saw as many bugs as I did in Chrome. First impressions count, especially if you're trying to break into an arena with established players.
I know that a beta release will have flaws, but some of the bugs I encountered were pretty obvious.
Chrome is a little shy on features, but I imagine they'll add more with time.
And I'll be more interested when the Linux version comes out.
i've been using it a little-- it has great potential. i can see the next versions of IE copying Chrome features. How knows in a few years insteading of saying "i surfed the net" we'll be saying "I went chroming".
Youguys read the legal fine print? You may want to second think using chrome.
"By submitting, posting or displaying the content you give Google a perpetual, irrevocable, worldwide, royalty-free, and non-exclusive license to reproduce, adapt, modify, translate, publish, publicly perform, publicly display and distribute any content which you submit, post or display on or through, the services. This license is for the sole purpose of enabling Google to display, distribute and promote the services and may be revoked for certain services as defined in the additional terms of those services."