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chrome

(krōm),
Chromium, especially as a source of pigment.
[G. chrōma, color]

chrome

(krōm)
Chromium, especially as a source of pigment.
[G. chrōma, color]
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At a technical level, when a Chrome user navigates to a page, Chrome's ad filter first checks if that page belongs to a site that fails the Better Ads Standards," Bentzel said.
Chrome Cleanup is included in the latest version of Google Chrome.
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The Chrome apps platform was an interesting experiment, but it has apparently failed.
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The Chrome 'Metro' mode presents the keyboard automatically, and also includes the ability to navigate and resize windows within the Chrome OS-like environment.
As recently as April, IE trounced Chrome by several percentage points.
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This indicates Google see Chrome as a secondary OS with users continuing to rely on their desktop PCs or laptops for the majority of their computing.
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When a Sun Valley chrome plating business was caught mishandling hazardous materials, City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo could have filed criminal charges and pushed for a couple thousand dollars in fines.