Wednesday, March 18, 2009

New Beta of Google Chrome Arrived with new Extensions

Google has released its new version of Google chrome which is upgraded with new features. Google removed the beta tag from Google chrome in December, after three months from its release. Google claims its 25 percent faster on V8 benchmark tests and 35 percent faster on Sun spider, so if you are looking for improved JavaScript speed, you may want to try the new beta.

Following are the some of its new features-

Google had added Form AutoFill feature in chrome which lets the browser remember the text or information filled by us on websites to save out time when we visit them again. When we revisit those websites then the text or information which we provided will automatically appear below the characters we are typing. Just making it easy and handy as it is in Firefox.

Now we can have full page zoom view in chrome, same as we have it in Mozilla Firefox, to have a zoom view in chrome simply go to Page menu, select text zoom and select larger or smaller. Choosing normal returns back to its original view.

 At any point of time, if you need help with your internet browser or have any issue with Internet speed, you can always reach us at 1800 602 586, it’s a toll free number.

Google is also encouraging development of extensions for Chrome, especially since extensions for Firefox are among the primary reasons that people use it. Hopefully Google will soon be releasing more extensions for chrome lovers. Soon Google will be releasing Mac and Linux version of chrome.

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