Just when you thought browsers wouldn't get any better, Google makes a surprise announcement of their Google Chrome web browser. Google Chrome is currently in Beta stage, but is downloadable for Windows users (MAC and Linux users should be able to take advantage of GC in the near future). Google Chrome is not your average web browser. It is meant to be integrated with your applications and used for more than just surfing a few websites.
|Google Chrome Beta|
Features: A web browsing interface in the familiarity of Google's other applications. More independent tabbed browsing which leads to less crashing of other tabbed websites within the same browser window.
Official Website: http://www.google.com/chrome
Google Chrome's Notable Features
Google Chrome Is In Beta - Be Patient
- Quicker website loading
- More effective use of internet history bookmarks
- More independent browsing with multiple tabs
- An overall cleaner, less cluttered browser
- Incognito surfing for temporary deletion of cookies and history from Google Chrome's own history
Some Google Chrome reviewers are already too eager to frown on GCb, but we have to remember, it's still in Beta. From my initial use of the web browser, I like it, and I'm sure it will be expanded to cover many other aspects of the daily workings of your PC and mine.
Let's take a closer look at a few of the major features I used over the last week while using Google Chrome Beta (GCb)...