Unfortunately for adopters of Microsoft’s Windows 8 operating system, this pre-release build of Chrome is only working on x86 and x64 editions of Windows, so no Windows RT support is offered for the time being. There’s no information regarding a potential version of Chrome specifically designed for Microsoft’s tablet-oriented platform.
While the search giant’s strategy pretty much makes sense, as it wants to develop its own platform based on Windows 8, Microsoft needs to up the ante and release more improvements
for its browser.
Internet Explorer will no longer be the exclusive browser option for Windows 8 users, as Mozilla, the company behind the top-notch Firefox app, is also developing its own version capable of running in the Modern environment.