Thursday, August 12, 2010

Google's Chrome Beta Channel Update

Earlier today, Google released their latest update to their Chrome browser (in the beta channel).

For those new to Chrome, Google's Web Browser is available in 3 versions - a 'stable' version, beta and developer.

As might be expected, the stable version is just that.  Tested extensively not to crash, etc.  The beta channel is aimed more at early adopters with features that are still being tested ... and the developer channel for those that need or want to see more and/or are writing extensions or other goodies for inclusion in the Chrome dev library.

Simplicity, even more speed and several other changes can be found in this latest update.

You can find out more about autofill, and the new changes to the 'Omnibox' here or simply download the new beta here.

Update: In other web browser news, Mozilla took the wraps off of it's latest beta of Firefox 4 (reviewed previously here) now embracing Windows 7 touch features and supporting 34 languages.  More on Firefox 4b3 can be found here.

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