Google Chrome v6 is now Ubuntu friendly

The recent stable release of Google Chrome which has come in the last two days has upped the version number to 6 . There are a few noticeable changes in this release.

1. The open/close buttons are now on the left hand side of the page to match the default button placements of open windows in Ubuntu. Although this has been present in the dev builds of chromium for a long time now, this is the first time the windows are present on the opposite site in a stable release of google chrome.

2. The options and the file/edit/print menu now comes under a unified wrench icon menu.

3. Edit -> Cut/copy/paste does not have a sub menu, instead squeezed into 3 buttons.

4. Google sync has switched places and now resides in options -> personal stuff.

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Sayantan Das

Sayantan is a DevOps Consultant by the day and works mainly with Ansible and Linux . He is a AWS - SA and RedHat Certified Engineer . He loves to tinker with Linux systems .

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