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Chrome for Windows, now with Native Clients

Cookie Lee [PersonRank 9]

Saturday, October 3, 2009
14 years ago2,668 views

   Now Native Client is available in the latest version of Google Chrome for Windows (, and you can enable it by using the command line --internal-nacl. According to Google:

"...Currently, using --internal-nacl disables the Google Chrome sandbox. This is related to a bug that we expect to fix soon, but for now, we recommend running Google Chrome with this flag only for testing Native Client and not for regular web browsing."

   Besides, bookmark synchronization is now enabled by default. Also you can visit chrome://extensions/ via Chrome's Wrench menu.

Franta H. [PersonRank 6]

14 years ago #

Does anybody have this version in Linux? Do you see Extensions item in the wrench menu?

Mrrix32 [PersonRank 10]

14 years ago #

[put at-character here]Franta
Not yet. But then the Linux version is usualy behind on features. Give it a week.

Just updated Chrome and for some reason when set to the GTK+ theme, Chrome goes purple (rather than the brown of the "Human" theme in Ubuntu)

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