Re: Chrome and keyboards
At my kids' encouragement, I downloaded and played with Chrome a little.
Years ago, my tech-writing sensei would smack my hand with a two-by-four
whenever I reached for the mouse, so I'm pretty keyboard-centric. After
a brief review, I find Chrome to be very mouse-oriented, so I give it
one (mashed) thumb down. YMMV.
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