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Chrome nolonger requires admin rights to install

For those of you stuck working on an office computer or school system and unable to install a decent web browser, because the IT departments of those institutions only offer Internet Explorer, you are in luck!

Chrome no longer requires admin rights to install. With the new dev build of Chrome Frame, a user can get up and running with Chrome without consulting and getting approval from their in-house IT boss.

Google has been working on this task for a few months now, and they recently announced the update at Google I/O in San Francisco.

This new update also allows IT managers to control what users do with the new Chrome Frame–essentially set limitations to the technology.


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