Google Chrome is a web browser developed by Google that uses the WebKit layout engine. The name is derived from the graphical user interface frame, or "chrome", of web browsers.

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Where is the Don't Starve save file located on Linux?

I know that the save file is located in the Appdata folder for windows, where is it located in Ubuntu 12.04? I am using Google Chrome for both operating systems. I wish to know this because I want to ...
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What is the max score possible in Beat The Boot?

I know Beat The Boot (by Google) is hardly a game. But I was wondering: What is the highest possible score in the game?
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Klondike Solitaire - impossible deck

While playing solitaire in the Google Chrome browser, I do get only about 50% of the games finished. I never thought much of it, I just lost and took a new game. But I just finished a game except for ...
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What does getting the Chrome icon in Angry Birds Chrome Edition do?

I played the Chrome version of Angry Birds. In level 3-7, there is a Chrome icon that you can get. I got it and it became big and it disappeared. I didn't beat the level on the first try, but the ...
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How to zoom out in Angry Birds Seasons Chrome Edition

How do I zoom out in Angry Birds Seasons, Google Chrome edition? Some instructions require this for seeing the special Chrome logos situated outside the normal game-play area.
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How do I delete HTML5 game apps in Chrome?

I noticed the new Chrome store today and downloaded / installed the free app "Canvas Rider". I quickly determined that the game was both difficult to control, and frustratingly unforgiveably hard. I ...
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How can I move my progress from one machine to another on Chrome Angry Birds?

I'm playing Google Chrome Birds http://chrome.angrybirds.com/ and how can I move my progress to one computer to another without playing all the levels again?