Chrome for Linux Dev Channel Gets Notifications, Better Desktop Looks [Updates]

February 4, 2010 at 8:10 am (Uncategorized)

Chrome for Linux Dev Channel Gets Notifications, Better Desktop Looks

If you’re running Google Chrome on Linux, switching to the “dev” channel seems like a smarter bet than ever. The newest release includes support for desktop notifications (as previously suggested), and better integrates with your GTK/GNOME theme by using its text and button selection colors. Plug-ins, too, can now be stashed in a location in your home folder for backup and maintenance. [Google Chrome Releases]

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