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Whaddya use Google Chrome Internet Browser for Business Application?

My humble opinion, Google Chrome is a clean and fast internet browser to replace my Firefox Mozilla browser. Now the question is, can I replace my Microsoft IE browser for business application? Here's my short list of test using Google Chrome for business application.

  • Google Chrome accessing Time and Expense website to update my work hours. In Time and Expense version 6.0.6 website, when you try to use "Charge lookup" to add new charge code. The screen provide you an error, which is perfectly fine using Microsoft IE 7.0+ version. Maybe just the version, well I tried again using Google Chrome accesing a Time and Expense website using version 7.0.1 still produce the same error.
  • Using Google Chrome in another website that are using pop-up "small box" to make an update. I was able to see the pop-up page but not the option to make the update. It seems Google Chrome have issues with pop-up screen.
  • Accessing Microsoft Outlook Web Access via Google Chrome is a different look as well. So far, no error or bug to report. In Microsoft IE, opening a new message pop-up a new screen but not in Google Chrome where the new message stay on the same screen.

I will continue to share my findings, would be nice to post your comments here.

Thank you.


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