VT-Vincent Posted April 11, 2010 Share Posted April 11, 2010 Yeah, I've been using Chrome on the Mac for a few weeks now. It's a bit heavy on CPU usage, but it's a nice alternative to Firefox. It does look (and work) better than Safari, but to be honest that's not much of a challenge. I've never liked Safari, it always feels slow and clunky. Regarding the buttons, there is unfortunately no way to move them. What's more annoying though is the maximize button doesn't actually maximize... it tries to fit the window to the contents. Some applications like Firefox will make it behave like it's Windows counterpart and fill the whole desktop, but most do not. I think it's one of Apple's most annoying UI quirks. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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