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Google officially launches Chrome App Launcher for Windows users

Google releases Chrome App Launcher to the public, get yours today!

| Internet Browsers News | Posted: Jul 19, 2013 8:01 pm

Previously only released as a developer preview, Google's Chrome App Launcher for Windows has today been released to the public. The app launcher allows users to directly launch Google services and install Chrome apps from the Windows 7 and Windows 8 menu bar. Additionally, Windows 8 users are also able to launch these apps through the start page on Windows 8.

 

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Users of Chrome OS have had this functionality for quite some time now as well as versions of Chromium for Windows, Mac and Linux. Unfortunately for OS X users, a fully functional version has not yet been released for public download. The same story applies for those who love Linux and wish to run Chrome instead of Chromium.

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