Google Chrome time machine Posted on Wednesday, September 5th, 2012 at 6:04 am. PT Written by Jim Dalrymple Chrome turned 4 on Sunday. Zeatrix Chrome has been my web browser since 2008. Never turned back. http://twitter.com/Moeskido Moeskido It has its uses. I’m glad there’s more than one browser getting decent development attention. Steven Fisher That’s 21 in Chrome years. Honestly, I’ve used Chrome, but I don’t get the draw. Except for the rare times Apple makes a misstep with Safari in terms of stability, it’s an easy choice. And in those times, it’s a hard choice, but I end up using Safari anyway. Still, of lack of taste is your thing… enjoy it. Zeatrix A lack of taste? Ha! Chrome is more user friendly, is faster and scores higher in standards tests. Safari is the IE of OS X. http://www.theuniversalsteve.com SSteve I’m glad Chrome exists so that I don’t have to have Flash installed on my Mac. For those times when a site needs Flash (I’m looking at you, NPR Music!), I have a keystroke that grabs the current URL in Safari and opens it in Chrome. Zeatrix Eh, then you actually have Flash installed… http://www.theuniversalsteve.com SSteve No, I have Chrome installed. I don’t have the Flash plug-in installed on my computer. So when I browse the internet I don’t have to look at Flash ads or deal with Flash’s CPU hogging. Zeatrix Ok. I thought you saw it from a security perspective, not a web experience perspective. BrianKohles Very odd.if I view the chrome time machine on my iPad it works fine in portait, but tells me I need to download chrome if I rotate to landscape. Great gob with the code there google.