Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Chrome Still Shines in "Later 10"

Google Chrome fans[including me] will scream out of the excitement , as Google has recently launched its first build of Google Chrome 10 with Crankshaft. Ever since its first build in 2008, i have never looked back and thus lead to retirement of other browsers.

Well Many changes have taken places in Chrome 10 which is screamingly fast. More handful to JavaScript, its 9-10 times much Superior to its first companion.Reason being the speed with its new “Crankshaft” V8 JavaScript engine.

The most noticeable change in Chrome 10 is the Options settings, and they'll be welcomed by tweakers and anyone who ever changes Chrome options. When you click the gear icon in the upper right corner and select Options (Preferences on a Mac), the menu now opens in its own tab rather than in a relatively small window, as with previous releases, making it easier to find the options you want to change.

More important is that you can now search through Options, so you don't have to hunt around for the feature you want to change. For example, if you want to make changes to any settings related to downloads or passwords, type in one of those terms, and you'll be sent directly to those settings.

Download Google Chrome 10 

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