Download Google Chrome Frame For Internet Explorer 6, 7, 8 and IE 9 Beta

Written By Sam on 25 September 2010
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After more than three months of running it as a beta, Google has released its Chrome Frame as stable plug-in. Chrome Frame is an open source Internet Explorer (IE) plug-in that helps turn Microsoft’s browser into a Google browser. With this announcement, all beta users can expect to be automatically upgraded to the stable version. The plug-in can be used for IE 6, 7 and 8, is free to install and runs on Windows 7, Vista and XP SP2.

Users of the beta will be automatically updated to it in the coming days. For IT administrators, Google has also posted an MSI installer for deploying Chrome Frame in your network. The company has informed through its official blog that Gmail and Google Calendar may adopt the plug-in in the near future “to improve performance and ease the transition for users as they drop support for legacy browsers”. Google believes the polished version of Google Chrome Frame will allow users to access modern web technologies like HTML5 on legacy browsers.

Download stable version of Google Chrome Frame – http://www.google.com/chromeframe/

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