Not sure when Chrome started doing this, but Chrome Frame is now bundled with Google Toolbar. This is just a quick note to let you all know about this news 🙂
For anyone who needs a note to remember what Chrome Frame is,
“Google Chrome Frame seamlessly enhances your browsing experience in Internet Explorer. It displays Google Chrome Frame enabled sites using Google Chrome’s rendering technology, giving you access to the latest HTML5 features as well as Google Chrome’s performance and security features without in any way interrupting your usual browser usage,” explains Google.
There are many Google services that use Chrome Frame: Google Calendar, Google Drive/Docs, YouTube and more. Now that Google Apps dropped support for old IE versions (IE6 – 2010, IE7 – 2011, IE8 – November 2012), Chrome Frame is the only way to use Google Apps if you can’t update to a new IE release or switch to a different browser, says Alex Chitu of Google System.