Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Google Chrome: Plug In Support Updated; Watchdog Slams ‘Privacy Threat’

We’ve been loving the speedy operation of Google’s Chrome browser, but a few glitches - mainly to do with plug in support - have been holding us back from making it our number one browser.

The lack of an adblock plugin has been annoying us, and as power users we still prefer the power and flexibility offered by Firefox’s arsenal of plug ins and add ons.

Google has acknowledged that there’s been problems with Chrome’s support for plugins used to play videos and show PDFs and have just released a new releases which they claim is “packed with plugin fixes,” with early developer-channel users noting a dramatically improved plugin performance.

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