It has been a long wait for Chrome on the Mac, and today it is finally here. My reaction when I saw the post on Mashable? YES, YES, YESSSSS!!!!! (but whispered b/c the kids are sleeping). As the proud new parent of the Chrome browser, here is a photo journal of this exciting day:
The article that started it all.
Me, when I saw the headline "Google Chrome for Mac Launches"
The download screen: it's really true!
There it is, in my Finder.
And there it is in my Dock
Of course I want Chrome to be default Browser (sorry Firefox) ...
Google Chrome is finally my browser on a Mac.
This is a really quick post (promise) b/c I am being picked up for the airport in 25 minutes. What is the best tool for searching in Microsoft Outlook? Let’s admit, the native search on Outlook 2007 sucks (sorry for the potty mouth but it is the only way to describe it). I have been using the Xobni plug in and highly recommend it. Not only does Xobni offer lightening fast search, but it creates profiles and statistics on everyone who sends you email, including pulling pictures and information on them from sites liked Linkedin. Now a friend of mine at a bankruptcy firm swears by a program called Look Out. Problem is this thing is a dinosaur. If you can find a copy to download, it basically just works as a search function. Now maybe that is elegant and streamlined and all that, but I expect more from my tools these days. What other Outlook tools have you found that are must haves for search and mail functions?