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Google Chrome - Google Introduce its Own Web Browser

Google Chrome is a brand new browser by Google. It has alot of features: such as the Security site and UI site. At the UI side, the Chrome seperate each windows into tabs and each tab actually is a process. You can try to open 3 tabs in your Chrome and you will find out 3 child process under your Google Chrome parent process.



This helps to give a boundary to each process so that malware cannot affect other tab or even your browser. Actually the navigation UI very similar to Safari browser. The new tab page even can shown all the recently visited pages or websites and because of each of the tab is separated into process it makes the posibility to detach your tab into new window of Chrome very fast and easy, or vise versa. Omnibox is applied in the address bar. It allow you to key in some related keywords and press “TAB”, some of the auto complete list is listed there.
There are quite number of developer tools or application to help your web development. For example, the Javascript Console and DOM Inspector. Oh, another best thing I like: each of the plugin (for example: Flash plugin, PDF plugin) is separate into different process too. It enables you to close any process individually. For other features, please see here:
http://en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Google_Chrome. Another thing that I was wondering is Google Chrome just introduced today but the Wiki page already ready.

Some improvements are near invisible. For example, each of the tabs in a window will be powered separately. What does it really mean? It means that if one tab gets corrupted, the browser doesn’t crash that making you lose the rest of the tabs as well.

Ready to try it out? Download Google Chrome and let us know what you think. (Chrome is currently available for Windows XP with Service Pack 2 or later and Windows Vista. Mac and Linux versions are being developed, so stay tuned.)
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