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Google is still following the model of having an open-source, beta-ish version of Chrome alongside their standard Google Chrome. It’s interesting the “about” pages are very similar.
Google’s “I’m Feeling Lucky” search in Google Chrome Do you want to use Google’s “I’m Feeling Lucky” search in Google Chrome? It’s easy using the custom search engines. In Google Chrome click the wrench icon and then choose prferences next click manage custom search engines Inser the string(s) below and a name (pretty much irrelevant) and they shortcut keyword you want to use. I use > Google Search Lucky Strings Standard “Im Feeling Lucky” Search http://www.google.com/search?q=%s&btnI=Im+Feeling+Lucky SSL Encrypted “Im Feeling Lucky” Search https://www.google.com/search?q=%s&btnI=Im+Feeling+Lucky Note: I’ve stripped out all items such as encoding and referrer to keep this as clean and simple as it can be. Now you can simply type in something like > Google Docs into your browser bar and have it go to the first result – which is most likely the right place.
Are you tried of Google Chrome automatically installing updates? You can disable it on both Windows and Mac machines: Windows Machines Open registry editor. Locate: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Google\Update Add a new DWORD value named DisableAutoUpdateChecksCheckboxValue and set it to 1 to disable automatic updates or 0 to re-enable them. Mac OS X Open terminal and run the following command: defaults write com.google.Keystone.Agent checkInterval 0 To re-enable automatic updates for google chrome use this command: defaults write com.google.Keystone.Agent checkInterval 18000 This also works for Chromium and beta versions of GoogleChrome.