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Thread: How to Install Google Chrome 13 on Windows XP SP3 Home Edition

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    How to Install Google Chrome 13 on Windows XP SP3 Home Edition

    I am looking forward to install the latest version of Google Chrome browser and that is of version v13. For fear that I format my computer through my Windows XP SP3 Home Edition - it will install Internet Explorer 6 by default. Is it possible for me to install Google Chrome above it and obtain each and every one benefits of accessing Temporary Internet Files folder? Does Google browser wishes to be installed in excess of an additional browser like a host?

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    Re: How to Install Google Chrome 13 on Windows XP SP3 Home Edition

    Yes, Chrome will be capable to install and run on Windows XP and you can formulate it as your default browser. Furthermore the google Chrome doesn't make use of the similar path like IE's Temporary Internet Files intended for storing its cached data.

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    Re: How to Install Google Chrome 13 on Windows XP SP3 Home Edition

    If you make use of Google Chrome similar to, you can set it like your default browser. Afterward, links you click, automatically unlock in Chrome. Go after these steps to set Google Chrome like your default browser:
    • Click on top of the toolbar of the browser on the wrench icon .
    • Choose Options (otherwise Preferences on Mac).
    • Click on the Settings tab.
    • Click on the "Default Browser" button on the Google Chrome the default browser.
    • Change the setting intended for the default browser

    If you no longer would like to make use of Google Chrome as default browser, just set a dissimilar default browser. With these steps, you can set Firefox otherwise Internet Explorer as your default browser:

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    Re: How to Install Google Chrome 13 on Windows XP SP3 Home Edition

    If you use Google Chrome but every time you open your inbox from msn or open a link from a Word document, Excel, etc.. Still continues to open with your old browser, then you have to do is to Google Chrome as default browser. To do this you have 2 options:
    • Click on the "Make Default" in the message that appears each time you start Google Chrome.
    • The second way is same as told in above post.

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    Re: How to Install Google Chrome 13 on Windows XP SP3 Home Edition

    Google Chrome Frame is a new project by Google that lets you "transform" into Google Chrome Internet Explorer through a plugin. This initiative was created to bring the latest technologies such as support for HTML5 and high performance within the JavaScript to users who are "forced" to use Microsoft's browser.

    Available for Internet Explorer 6, 7 and 8 and can be installed on Windows Vista and XP (SP2 and SP3), this plugin is still under development, so its installation is not recommended for the general public.

    The installation file of Google Chrome Frame is great even if only 557Kb, once activated, proceed to download about 10Mb of software necessary for the operation of Google Chrome.

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    Re: How to Install Google Chrome 13 on Windows XP SP3 Home Edition

    There is little seems to serve the Internet Explorer browser be installed as standard with the Windows 7 operating system. Microsoft assists the unstoppable growth in the number of users of Google Chrome on your operating system and it seems that in just a few months could even surpass.

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    Re: How to Install Google Chrome 13 on Windows XP SP3 Home Edition

    The settings screen, thin as the rest of the software is divided into three categories: basic settings, tweaking, and stuff geeks. Even if Google Chrome as a beta version probably does not contain all the settings that will be available in future versions.

    For users who like to travel anonymously without a trace function is (already present in Apple Safari) "incognito". Google makes it clear however that this function only serves to leave no traces on the PC where is Google Chrome instead of visited sites that can freely store their logs.

    As for the features of Google Chrome already seen in other browsers is the ability to search through the multifunction address bar (as in Firefox 3) and a home page of thumbnails of the last sites visited (such as Opera). Google Chrome is compatible with Windows XP / Vista.

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