|New Chrome Beta 30% faster|
Wednesday, 05 May 2010 11:34
The latest release of Google’s Chrome browser is set to be 30-35% faster according to the company.
The beta release which is available for download to Windows,Linux and Mac users is still not a stable version but the developers are convinced that they have given it a “hefty boost in speed.”
Additional features include bookmark synchronisation between multiple computers using your Google account details, as well as your browser preferences, themes and homepage settings.
More support has been added for HTML5 with Geolocation APIs, application cache and drag-and-drop features that promise to provide a richer user experience. Additionally, this is the first Chrome beta featuring initial integration of the Adobe Flash Player plug-in with Chrome.
Users can download the latest Beta release directly from Google.com.
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