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Thursday, February 09, 2012
Chrome Update Offers Faster Browsing, Safer Downloading


The latest stable release of Google's Chrome web browser features autocomplete and a web protection function.

When you start typing in the omnibox and the URL autocompletes to a site you?re very likely to visit, Chrome will prerender the page, so it will appear faster--sometimes, even instantly--as soon as you hit Enter.

On the security front, in addition to checking a list of known bad files, Chrome also does checks on executable files (like ".exe" and ".msi" files). If the executable doesn't match a whitelist, Chrome checks with Google for more information, such as whether the website you're accessing hosts a high number of malicious downloads.

In the near future, Google will also begin rolling out updates to Chrome OS to further simplify the Chromebook experience. With a new image editor, Chromebook users will be able to quickly view, edit and share photos on the web. Users will also see an improved Verizon 3G activation portal, which includes the ability to set up a recurring purchase of mobile data.

Chrome is available for download here.


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