Google Chrome Frame puts Google Chrome and its HTML5 standards support in Internet Explorer, as long as you have administrator privileges.
A year ago, Google announced Chrome Frame, a project designed as a plug-in for Internet Explorer aimed to take Google Chrome’s features and also its support for HTML5. Now, Google announced the stable version of Chrome Frame, adding the Chrome’s features into IE browser. Chrome Frame currently supports three versions of Internet Explorer: 6, 7 and 8.
Chrome Frame aims to offer the benefits of HTML5 to the users of older browsers, performance and support for the new Web standards. The sophisticated Web-based applications are increasingly more on the new developing Web standards and speed of execution of a Java script and these applications are not available on older versions of Internet Explorer, so that’s why you need Chrome Frame.
Google Chrome Frame only works on Internet Explorer 6, 7 and 8 and on Windows XP SP2 operating system, Windows Vista and Windows 7. Google Chrome Frame is available in the .msi for network administrators.