That being said, I wasn’t impressed – the UI misses key functions (I like the uncluttered look though). There’s no Stop button (as the previous poster pointed out), no way to add/manage bookmarks, and no way to go back to a specific page (the user has to click the back button numerous times). These are basic browser functions and I can’t understand why Google left these out (while including “nice-to-haves” like password storage). I guess we’ll see more functions in a later version.
On the positive side, I like the minimalist UI (though I think it is ridiculously minimalist), the full history feature, and “incognito.” I’ve had no problems with performance so far though Chrome is slower than my first and second choices – Opera and Firefox.
Will I make Chrome my default browser? No – I enjoy using Opera too much (despite the fact that some web sites don’t support it), like its interface, its performance, and the numerous options that I get currently.
BTW, the EULA business is nasty – I hope Google comes to its senses.]]>