Friday, September 5, 2008

Chrome browser review, Google Chrome review

Before doing the review of Chrome browser, we need to understand that Google likes to keep thing under the wraps and bring out the secret in the open when you least expect it. Well, that is exactly what Google did when it launched its own web browser, Chrome. Google’s Chrome browser launched on September’ 08, has been initiated to challenge the might of Microsoft Internet Explorer.

As of now, Chrome browser is modest to the hilt, with no menu bar, no status bar and just one toolbar. In other words, less mess! To open a new tab, you need to press Ctrl+T and if you want to go to a new window, simply press Ctrl+N.

The address bar of the Chrome browser is such that if you type, a set of suggestions appear quickly below a list picked not just from the pages that you have surfed, but also from bookmarks, popular websites on the genre that you are searching and other search suggestions. Chrome also like Firefox, auto-imports stored passwords, bookmarks and history from your old browser.

On the startup page, the chrome browser displays pictures of nine small web pages, which display the sites that you frequently visit. This page also gives the list of most recently visited websites and search options. Another interesting part of the Chrome browser is that you can download files quite easily. There is a status button at the bottom of your browser windows and you will not find a download window blocking your view. All in all, the Chrome browser is faster than Internet Explorer but it is not as quick as Mozilla Firefox. Chrome browser is now in its testing phase in more than 100 countries, and future months will see a lot of changes and positive user-friendly modifications.

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Abhijeet said...

google chrome uses a seperate process for each browsing tabs. so the browser never gets hanged.
See the animated story below.


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