Just have a quick review of the Google Chrome. It has a really simple and concise layout which is similar as Google’s home page. Following is a screenshot of that browser:


Now, let us review the exciting new features that are officially claimed about Chrome:

  • One box for everything
    Web search. Web history. Address bar. Suggestions as you type. One unified box serves all your browsing needs.
  • New Tab page
    Every time you open a new tab, you’ll see a visual sampling of your most visited sites, most used search engines, and recently bookmarked pages and closed tabs.
  • Application shortcuts
    Use web apps without opening your browser. Application shortcuts can directly load your favorite online apps.
  • Dynamic tabs
    You can drag tabs out of the browser to create new windows, gather multiple tabs into one window or arrange your tabs however you wish — quickly and easily.
  • Crash control
    Every tab you’re using is run independently in the browser, so if one app crashes it won’t take anything else down.
  • Incognito mode
    Don’t want pages you visit to show up in your web history? Choose incognito mode for private browsing.
  • Safe browsing
    Google Chrome warns you if you’re about to visit a suspected phishing, malware or otherwise unsafe website.
  • Instant bookmarks
    Want to bookmark a web page? Just click the star icon at the left edge of the address bar and you’re done.
  • Importing settings
    When you switch to Google Chrome, you can pick up where you left off with all the bookmarks and passwords from your existing browser.
  • Simpler downloads
    No intrusive download manager; you see your download’s status at the bottom of your current window.

Chrome is now really at a very early age, which is just a beta version. But we can expect a more mature and richer user experience that it will provide to us in the future.

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