Chrome for Mac in progress - First screenshot posted

Mike Pinkerton, co-creator of Camino and a developer on the Mac version of Google Chrome, has posted the first screenshot of Mac Chrome to his blog.

One thing to note though is that the Chrome for Mac is still in progress and what you see in the above screenshot is the first webpage that Mike managed to load in the browser. The only thing that this browser can do currently is load web pages in the renderer processes and display them in tabs.

The team had managed to create new windows and tabs using the shared code, which allowed renderer processes to spawn/quit. Clicking (on anything) on the webpage doesn't work, and the renderers crash like nobody's business, but the other great thing is that the user interface is up and running!

With all those warnings, are you still wondering whats gonna happen if a tab crashes?

This is a good news for all Mac users to know that Chrome is indeed getting ready for Mac!

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