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Google quietly releases Chrome 8

PDF viewer now included along with bug fixes

| Software News | Posted: Dec 3, 2010 1:44 am

Google's Chrome browser has been a hit for many users with its clean look and interface. Google has released the 8th version of the browser, although with admittedly little fanfare.

 

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Sure, the only major addition besides the usual tweaks and bug fixes is the addition of a built in PDF reader that means you don't need a 3rd party program like Adobe Reader to browse PDFs. Chrome's updates have gotten less and less excitement from Google's team, from full main page blog posts to now just a two sentence blurb in the Google Chrome Releases blog. I guess they figure if you want to use Chrome, you're doing it already.

 

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