Wednesday, 18 March 2009

A shiny new beta for Google Chrome

. Wednesday, 18 March 2009

In December, we took the 'BETA' label off our first version of the Google Chrome browser. Since then, we have continued to release fixes and updates to this version, while building and testing new browser improvements in our developer releases. Now, we're ready to roll out the next beta of Google Chrome to get some early feedback on features that are still being polished.

The first thing you might notice about this new beta is the speed improvement, but you'll also find additional browsing tools, such as basic form autofill, full page zoom, support for autoscroll, and a new way to drag tabs into side-by-side view.

If you're already using Google Chrome and choose to install the new beta, you will update and replace the current version on your desktop. Otherwise, you can just keep on using the stable version.

You can find out more about this release on the brand-new Google Chrome Blog.

Posted by Brian Rakowski, Product Manager, Google Chrome

Article From : Google Blog

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