Google officially shipped the first non-Microsoft browser for Windows 8 today. It’s a test release, and it’s noteworthy precisely because it doesn’t follow any of the Metro design conventions, as IE does. But will Chrome fans really care?
As promised, Google released its first stab at a Metro style enabled desktop browser for Windows 8 this week.
The new code appeared late this afternoon and is available as an automatic update on the Dev channel.
To unlock the Metro style browser, you have to be running the Windows 8 Release Preview and you need to set Chrome as the default browser. Doing so changes the Chrome icon on the Start screen...