Google Chrome beta for Windows

by Antony

Google ChromeGoogle has introduced a public beta of its own WebKit-based Web browser, dubbed Google Chrome, currently available for Windows platform.

Google Chrome's design goals were improvements in security, speed and stability compared to existing browsers. There were also extensive changes in the user interface. Google claims Chrome offers a more streamlined user experience for people that spend most of their working time in a Web browser.

Currently, this open-source browser is in public beta and only available for Windows, with Mac OS X and Linux versions on the way. WebKit is a technology originally derived from the Konqueror browser’s KHTML software library by Apple, and heavily sponsored by Apple. WebKit is best known as the engine for Apple's Safari web browser on Mac OS X, and later on Windows platform.

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Posted by Antony Shen on September 3, 2008 5:10 AM

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