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    So, I ROLF this morning when I red the announcement about Google Chrome Frame. So many people want IE tab for Chrome, but Google have better idea: Chrome rendering in IE.

    Edit: iDanielX was faster then me.
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    personally I don't quite understand the concept;
    if I want to run Chrome while in IE, wouldn't it be better simply to run Chrome alone
    (considering the speed)

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    wasting time!, it much better google make chrome can render ie. it was chrome plus, but i am waiting for chrome do it
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    Quote Originally Posted by sulasno View Post
    personally I don't quite understand the concept;
    if I want to run Chrome while in IE, wouldn't it be better simply to run Chrome alone
    (considering the speed)
    The idea is that web developers can force IE to use Google Chrome Frame to render their web sites by just adding a single tag to their code and they won't need to code specifically for IE.

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    take a look at the article
    http://www.ghacks.net/2009/09/23/who...-chrome-frame/

    and besides IE users would need to download a plugin

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