There is much buzz around the new Google Chrome browser. I suppose most of you have (like me) downloaded it, played around with it and then continued to use Firefox for everyday use. After all, the shiny clean look is impressive at first and the page preview look is fun, but the lack of (visible) UI elements and the fact you have to do without all your usefull plugins like Adblock, Foxmarks ,FireBug and Webdeveloper soon makes you return to Firefox.
And this is intentional. Chrome is not (yet) for everyday browsing. It's created as a platform for web-based apps. The importance of chrome is mainly in what you see in the image below.
And yet you still cannot launch any browser without having an operating system. And right now Chrome only runs on Windows...