TechHive: Google Now finally invades the desktop in Chrome alpha build

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Jan 16th 2014, 16:52, by Ian Paul

More than a year after early hints that Google Now was coming to PCs, Google's digital personal assistant has finally hit Chrome's alpha build.

For anyone that wants to try it out, Google Now is available as an option in the latest Chrome Canary build for Windows and Mac, as first noticed by the unofficial Google Operating System blog. Canary is Google's experimental version of Chrome, chock full of cutting-edge features and more instability than the official version of the browser.

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To enable Google Now in Canary for Windows, make sure you're signed in to your Google account. Then, copy and paste chrome://flags/#enable-google-now into Canary's address bar and hit Enter.

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