Google’s web browser is fast, easy and straightforward. With a sparse, clean interface and support for the latest web standards like HTML5, Chrome delivers a rich web browsing experience. The features and enhancements it offers improve your web browsing experience.
Google Chrome – Explore This Web Browser’s Features
Google’s Chrome browser offers a fast and safe alternative to internet explorer and moxilla firefox. Google’s answer to web browsing, the Chrome browser offers faster download speeds, safer browsing, and usability unlike any other browser available. Read articles and tips and gain knowledge on how to use this web browser for all your web surfing and online needs.
When first switching over to a different browser, many users want to keep all their bookmarks and settings from their existing browser. The Chrome browser offers a nice tool that automatically finds and saves information from other browsers and imports the bookmarks and settings into Chrome.
Google has paid much attention to the finer details of the Chrome browser to make it easier to use. For example, Chrome can reduce desktop clutter by integrating pop-ups into the Chrome browser window. There is also built-in security into Chrome to help protect you from Malware that leverages Google’s entire database of websites to figure out if a website may be harmful. If any site or file has been reported as malicious prior to you downloading, the Chrome browser will display a warning message first.
Lets face it, the internet continues to grow and so does your bookmark collection – so much so that the bookmarks bar in Google Chrome quickly fills with your favorite websites. Soon, you will need a second row to accommodate your entire collection, however, it seems Google Chrome thinks otherwise.
Version 4 of the Chrome browser provides new facilities for plugins, and in doing so addresses some of the limitations of previous versions. Here is my personal choice of the best Google Chrome Plugins, and some of my hopes for future developments.
The future is looking bright for WebKit as companies such as Google are jumping on board. Continue reading to find out how to take advantage of WebKit and become a part of something much bigger than yourself.
The portable version of Google Chrome browser can now be carried on a USB stick and used on any computer without installing it. Read on to discover more about portable Google Chrome browser, its features and download instructions.
The public release of a new web browser developed by Google called ‘Chrome’ happened in December of 2008 and was based on the WebKit application engine and layout engine. Soon after its launch Chrome gained approximately 1% of the market share, but by September 2009 this percentage had jumped to 2.8
Here, we continue the interview with co-author of the book Web Geek’s Guide to Google Chrome Yvette Davis.