My Name is Chrome (Pic)

By | May 5, 2010 | 23 Comments


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My Name is Chrome (Pic)

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Vygantas is a former web designer whose projects are used by companies such as AMD, NVIDIA and departed Westood Studios. Being passionate about software, Vygantas began his journalism career back in 2007 when he founded FavBrowser.com. Having said that, he is also an adrenaline junkie who enjoys good books, fitness activities and Forex trading.

  • Tim

    lol, so true

  • Tiago Sá

    Hey Chrome! Reality check: you don’t even support RSS! Suck my fat crutch!

    Yeah, cause you’re fat as hell too!

    • Netthunder

      So True..
      Chrome is Best..
      But Firefox is Better Than the BEST!!!!!!!!!

      & it doesn’t matter what you think or belive..
      :P

      • Dels

        firefox was best, but becoming underdogs lately especially on javascript & rendering engine benchmark… hope the 4.0 release will do better

        for the most features out of box i prefer opera, for speed and simplicity shake i prefer chrome, i’ll reuse firefox when 4.0 release late this year (and don’t even talk about IE)

        • Thunder

          FIREFOX & CHromium & WEBKIT[all Dev ver]
          & they are Zillion time better than other browsers..
          They keep adding{nearly daily basis} New Features & stability fixes & also inproving performance Drastically!!!!
          If only Microsoft released Major updates to its Browser[via win updates] regularly[not the frame but core]
          there market share would have still been higher..
          But the FACT is FIREFOX & CHromium & WEBKIT[all Dev ver] Are work hard for the better

          • nvm

            No, WebKit is great. Firefox/Gecko sucks.

      • Ichann

        You cannot be better than the BEST. The BEST will always be the BEST period.

        It is like small children bickering “I like X times an infinity”. “Ohh yeah. I like X infinity times 100.

    • Sergiu

      It’s not there by default but Google officially made a RSS extension for Chrome,so it’s clear they think RRS should not be there by default since advanced users,one of which you aren’t,could download that extension in 2 seconds.Chrome is right,you are a fag :) JK

  • nvm

    What the heck is this?

  • Eric

    Pretty offensive if you really are a “faggot” Oh well.

    I wouldnt waste my time with any browser other than Opera.

  • Sergiu

    Chrome did not mess with Opera.He said all other “web browsers”,Opera is a “internet suit” and faster than Chrome.

  • http://yo-lobo.eu/history_of_opera_in_images/ werwolf

    Yes its indeed terrible and it shows úp the way how chrome-managers think. Chrome is a very poor browser, its look is terrible, without functions, nothing …

    • nvm

      Chrome sets the standards these days. And it gets more and more functionality, and even has extensions.

      • Tiago Sá

        Sets the standards? That’s not true. Firefox is the one leading the herd on standards. They developed the canvas tag, the geolocation spec, the device inclination support for HTML5, are on the front of developing standards for the video and audio tags (and I’m not talking about codecs, that’s another thing)…

        Chrome is a dull piece of software, starting from the fact that it thinks it’s bright by merging the search bar with the location bar.

        • nvm

          I’m not talking about web standards, I’m talking about setting a standard for browser quality.

          Apple came up wit Canvas.

          Opera came up with HTML5 and HTML5 video (an Opera employee at the time started working on what would later turn into HTML5, and Opera proposed the addition of video at a later stage).

          If Mozilla came up with Geolocation, how come no one from Mozilla is in charge of the group at W3C?

  • http://yo-lobo.eu/history_of_opera_in_images/ werwolf

    Microsoft “set standards” more than 10 years with its crappy Internet Explorer 6, supported by people for who internet was just the blue e at their desktop, with minimal knowlidges about the technology. I am very afraid, Google as monopol is going the same way.

    If a company really sets standard, then Mozilla Firefox with Opera as the most enovative browser on Earth.

    • nvm

      Whether Google has a monopoly or not has no relevance for the quality of their browser. Chrome is a quality browser, simple as that.

      • Mabdul

        Firefox is the best without a show of a doubt but chrome will always be near[as well as webkit & Opera] but not better than firefox.
        But all this competion is good so as
        Netthunder said Chrome is Best but Firefox is Better than the best
        & this will continue to do so

        • nvm

          Chrome is definitely much better than Firefox. Faster, easier to use, and much better looking.

  • http://yo-lobo.eu/history_of_opera_in_images/ werwolf

    “Quality” is a relative term, I don’t say it is a bad browser, I say only it does not set standards, it is not the fastest, it is not the best looking and at the end it is not the best. All this is clearly Opera.

    Chrome can only dream about technology implemented in Opera.
    ‘< chrome, dream on you were the best! :D

  • Tiago Sá

    One of the most important reasons why Chrome can’t beat Firefox, as they are now, is Chrome’s extensions.

    Did you know that Chrome’s extensions suck, not because Chrome’s young, but because Chrome’s engine doesn’t support advanced extensions like Firefox’s?

    Did you know that THAT is the reason why Chrome’s extensions don’t require the browser to restart in order to install?

    Did you know that Firefox 4.0 will support extensions that don’t require the browser to install and that THOSE extensions will have more potential and functionality than ANY of Chrome’s extensions ever will with Chrome’s current engine model? And old-school extensions that require a browser restart for them to install will still be available, with all the customary technology and potential.

    On top of all this, Chrome is not open source. Lol.

    • Mabdul

      Tiago Sá +1

      Firefox will support extensions that don’t require the browser to install and that THOSE extensions will have more potential and functionality than ANY of Chrome’s extensions ever will with Chrome’s current engine model?
      And old-school extensions that require a browser restart for them to install will still be available, with all the customary technology and potential.

    • nvm

      “Did you know that THAT is the reason why Chrome’s extensions don’t require the browser to restart in order to install?”

      Like hearing an Apple fanboy explain how the lack of MMS on the iPhone was a feature.