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(Updated) Chrome Browser Freezing Up Your Linux Box? Try This:

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Being an absolutely avid GNU/Linux user, I am always very much enjoying my technological freedom!

In fact, switching to GNU/Linux is among the better choices I've ever made, career-wise and from the standpoint of weilding the cutting edge when it comes to Technology! Get Yours!

That said, I use two web browsers on my Linux machines: Google's Chrome and Mozilla's Firefox.

The thing with using Chrome on GNU/Linux, and it's good and a bad thing - is that the Adobe(tm) Flash plugin is integrated into the Chrome. So until all Flash content gives way to HTML5 content on the web, Chrome gives me the most functionality for the current Internet.

Google's Chrome is an awesome an powerful browser that's based on the Open Source Chromium project. This is an awesome project that helps to provide the most access to the web, from all sorts of devices and operating systems - it's cross-platform-compatible.

Google Chrome is awesome, but one thing I've noticed, is that…