The Chrome Frame is now accessible to all users - i.e. users now need "not" to have administrative privileges on their machines to install Chrome Frame, the Chromim team just announced.
"Non-Admin Chrome Frame runs a helper process at startup to assist with loading the Chrome Frame plug-in into Internet Explorer. The helper process is designed to consume almost no system resources while running. Once installed, non-admin users will have the same no-friction experience that admin users of Chrome Frame have today," the team explains.
Google say they're are working to bring Non-Admin Chrome Frame up to the beta and stable channels over the coming weeks.
You can try it yourself by installing the new non-admin version of Chrome Frame here. This is now available in our developer channel and is coming to stable channel very soon.
For more technical details, please see the Chrome Frame FAQ.
[Source: Chromium blog]