At Google, the Chrome developers have revealed the first screenshots of Mac OS X browser. It is recognized from the outset that the interface is already familiar with Windows, but of course adapted to the operating system from Apple. Yet the differences are not legions, and for good reason: it is only a first version used.
Suddenly, Mike Pinkerton, the editor of Mountain View, warns ex officio that it is still difficult to give a release date for the final version of this version of Chrome. Moreover, by "usable" Google merely know that this version render basic Web pages. Work is progressing well, but there will be serious problems to circumvent.
The implementation of WebKit in Mac OS X currently does not isolate a copy of a renderer in a process for each tab. So, Google should work around this limitation, because remember that each tab has its own memory area and, in case of crash of the page, does any other tab. There are advantages in terms of safety and reliability, but the memory consumption is therefore to review the rise. So, as you can see above, there are instances of the browser crashing on the working version, WebKit could not function properly.
Mac users take the time, because Chrome is not there yet, far from it. Google did not specify whether the time limit indicated above, ie by June, will be respected
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