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NewsPoster Jul 19, 2013 07:12 AM
Google makes Chrome App Launcher a full release for Windows users
Google has quietly released its <a href="" rel='nofollow'>Chrome App Launcher</a> for Windows. Previously only available as a developer preview, the full-release app allows for rapid access to various Google services and installed Chrome apps directly from the Windows 7 and Windows 8 menu bar, as well as through the start page on Windows 8. <br><br />
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The launcher has been available to use for quite some time on Chrome OS, and appeared in the <a href=" ps/" rel='nofollow'>Chromium edition</a> for Windows, Mac, and Linux a few months ago. While the launch has taken place for Windows users, as spotted <a href="" rel='nofollow'>by</a> <em>Engadget</em>, the OS X and Linux versions have yet to be fully released, though today's launch will suggest they are not that far off from release. <br />
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The Chrome App Launcher brings up a similar menu to the app listings in the Chrome browser, loading up a pop-up window similar to the Start Menu containing installed Chrome items. The top of the Chrome App Launcher window also acts as a search bar for apps, which could be useful for those with more than a few pages of Chrome apps, though it appears not to provide full Google search capabilities.
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