Tag Archives: gcf

Chrome Frame Now Stable!

Exactly a year from the original announcement, we’ve just launched a stable, ready-for-prime-time version of Chrome Frame (with MSI packages). In addition to heroic work by the whole team on improving GCF stability in the face of poorly written extensions, the biggest change in the Stable release is an astounding improvement in cold start performance […]

When Free Isn’t Cheap Enough

The concepts of negative externality and moral hazard describe situations where one person can impose costs on another without paying for it, often resulting in less-than optimal outcomes for everyone. That sounds a lot like what’s going on with organizations that won’t upgrade from IE6 to me. Lets quickly consider both sides of the browser […]

Chrome Frame MSI’s Now Available!

You can get yours here. Note that these are Dev Channel builds, so they contain the new hotness. Also, the new bugs. Caveat emptor. Huge props to Robert Shield who has been working through the endless details of this effort for months.

Chrome Frame Dev Channel and Testing Gotchas

So you’re making the new shiny — ’cause that’s how you roll — and you’re thinking to yourself “hrm, I’ve told users of legacy browsers to get Chrome Frame or upgrade, but there’s this new awesome feature in the Chrome Developer Channel…but it’s not in the version of Chrome Frame I’m testing with. I thought […]