You might find [URL]http://www.crn.com/security/210500382[/URL] interesting, as\nit describes some bugs for the Google Chrome browser including a\nsecurity one that could be serious. Of course bugs are expected in a\nbeta, but Chrome seems to have more than a fair share and much work\nseems necessary on it before it is ready for prime time.\n\nI have reported some bugs to Google Chrome. There apparently is some\nproblem in the header exchange. Even though Chrome can view a page\nserved properly as xhtml 1.1 with mime application/xhtml+xml, if you\nask it in header exchange if it can, it apparently says no and in my\ncase the page gets rewritten as xhtml 4.01 strict so it can be viewed\nby IE. Of course the page still works using html 4.01 strict. Chrome\nis supposed to be based a lot on the Safari and Firefox browsers, but\nat least the Safari for Windows browser and Firefox do not have this\nproblem. Like Mozilla based browsers such as Firefox and Seamonkey, it\nconfuses a html page embed with a frame when you view the source code\nwith it giving a dropdown list labeled frame. Of course frames are not\nvalid in html 4.01 strict and xhtml 1.1 and give a validation error at\nw3c although they may still work. One has to use a regular object and\na rather obscure ActiveX object for IE with Microsoft conditional\ncomments to get a proper embed of a html page that will work on most\nmodern browsers.\n\nChrome also has some issues with some embedded media players and in\nsuch cases one has to download the video or open the video player\nrather than streaming properly embedded in a web page. In this\nrespect, it is much like Safari - at least Safari for Windows.\n\nAt the url mentioned at the top of the page some of the discussion\nhighly praised the not-too-well-know K-Meleon browser that I\ndownloaded from [URL]http://kmeleon.sourceforge.net/[/URL] . It is based a lot\non the Firefox browser. They have a lot of plugins for media etc that\nyou can download, but since I had most media working of Firefox, K-\nMelon found the proper plugins and I did not have to download any. It\nworked properly on the most severe torture test I have at\n[URL]http://www.cwdjr.net/video4/embedpageB.php[/URL] . All media were properly\nembedded and did not require download or opening of a player on a full\npage. I can not make this statement of Opera, or Safari for Windows.\nThe only mistake it made was calling a true html page embed a frame,\nas does Firefox and Google Chrome. K-Meleon is extremely fast. I have\nnot played with it to know how much I will use it, but if I had to\ngive up on Firefox as my main browser, K-Meleon likely would be the\nreplacement for it.