Chrome Frame: Turn IE 6/7/8 into Chrome

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A project that started in September last year has been made stable enough so much so that it is now in the beta stage. What project Chrome Frame has done is, it renders everything on IE as it would appear on Chrome.

Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge
Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge

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All a user needs to do is install this plugin (get it under the Chrome icon) on Internet Explorer 6/7/8 running on Windows 7/Vista or XP. “We think it’s really stable,” engineer Alex Russell said in noting the move to beta.

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