So, there I was, watching Firefox 3 thrash my CPU and IO, when I decided that I needed a replacement. Something elegant, fast, preferably threaded… oh! Google Chrome! So, I finally found a link to download the unstable version of the browser based on the latest revisions, of which I got version 126.96.36.199-r27053.
Now, I’ve used Chrome in Linux before, and a few things about Firefox kept me hooked. Today, though, I was on a mission to change all that. I wanted basically all the functionality I got from Firefox in my Chrome experience as well. This article should help others do the same.