Google Chrome is a browser that combines a minimal design with sophisticated technology to make the web faster, safer, and easier.
The browser uses WebKit as the rendering engine and has Gears integrated into it.
A word of advice, it looks much better on Windows Vista and when it is maximised. You might also want to enable the Home button and keep the bookmarks toolbar visible at all times.
One thing I absolutely hate is when you install the product, it adds a startup entry of GoogleUpdate.exe. So each time your computer starts it runs the exe and it never shuts down. It also does not install in the Programs Folder like normal software programs, but instead at C:\Users\[User]\AppData\Local on Windows Vista.
I know that this is beta software, so this may change when the final product is out, but Google don’t add files or services to our startup list, no matter how small. You don’t see Mozilla Firefox doing that.
Read the Comic Book to get a better insight into the ideas and features behind Google Chrome.
View: Comic Book about Google Chrome
Download: Google Chrome (BETA)
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