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Your browser's support for basic Web Forms 2.0 is show in the list to the right.
The CSS3 spec defines a series of extremely powerful selectors, many of which can be used today in modern browsers.
I’m going to miss Chrome — but I’m no longer willing to tolerate the way Google handles the update process.
It’s incredibly user-hostile and it’s based on a myth of infallibility.
The tests to the right are entirely native and rely solely on your browsers support for CSS3 selectors to provide their results.
The following big set of tests come from Peter Higgins' feature detection library.
Their inclusion on is currently very experimental and the library is also not yet entirely stable.
Examples include Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Safari and Google Chrome.
Up until January 2014, I never gave a thought to Chrome’s frequent auto-updates.
Then I got hit with version 32.0.1700, and my experience went straight to hell.
I tried all of the troubleshooting techniques I could find online and a few standard solutions, like disabling GPU acceleration. That’s when I discovered that Google monitors the Internet and forbids anyone from offering old versions of Chrome to download.
File aggregation sites like Old and File Hippo don’t archive Chrome.
I’ve been a Google Chrome user for so many years, I can’t remember when I switched.