Now I’m Using Google Chrome Internet Browser

Google Chrome

Google approach to internet browser with its new Google Chrome (beta), and I’m happy to use it. The look is very simple and it can import all of my Firefox’s configuration including web history, saved password, and bookmarks. The Chrome displays any websites just like firefox does, at least that’s what I can see. I think it will be the killer app of the year.

Today, we’re happy to announce the release of the beta version of a new open-source browser: Google Chrome. We encourage you to download it and give it a try.

Google Chrome features a simple and intuitive user interface and an entirely new architecture designed for speed, security, and stability. You can find out more about other Google Chrome features here.

For publishers, you should see the ads on your pages continue to appear as normal in Google Chrome; we built Google Chrome so that most webmasters and site owners shouldn’t have to make changes to their sites. If your site is compatible with Safari, it should also be compatible with Google Chrome, as they are both built using WebKit. If you have any questions regarding compatibility with your site, feel free to refer to our webmaster site.

To learn more about why we built Google Chrome, see our official Google blog.

Posted by Brian Rakowski – Google Chrome Product Manager

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