Chrome: It's not a browser, it's the first web OS
system that is responsible for the management and coordination of
activities and the sharing of the resources of the computer. The
operating system acts as a host for applications that are run on the machine."And yes, it'll be a browser, too. But the emphasis and the focus has suddenly shifted. Instead of the focus being on displaying Web pages, it'll be on running processes and storing data (fixing the offline-usage problem). Your "desktop" and your data will be both local and remote, automatically synchronized through Gears.Along the way, Chrome will fix some other issues. For example: Why is the address bar at the top of your Web browser, separated from the page? A lot of people don't know how to use the address bar, believe it or not. If you run a Web site, you can look at your own logs to see how many type your site's domain name into a search engine.I'm a big Firefox fan, and I expect to continue to use it for quite some time. But all things must pass, and Chrome -- which will run identically on Mac, Windows and Linux -- is going to be a game-changer.