Google has now come up with the pre-beta version of Chrome . The team at Google has taken the feedback received from the first official release, and made changes accordingly.
The following are the major changes made to it :
- New version of WebKit.
- Form Autocomplete. so you dont have to type everything .
- Spell-checking improvements. To err is human and to forgive is CHROMe 😉 .
- Autoscroll. So that we enjoy being lazy .
- Docking dragged tabs.So your desktop gets even more beautiful.
- Import bookmarks from Google Bookmarks.
- New SafeBrowsing implementation.
- Use different browser profiles. Hmmm..so your privacy is preserved .
- New network code.
- New window frames on Windows XP and Vista, supporting windows cascading and tiling, and other window-management add-in programs.
- Experimental user script support (similar to Greasemonkey). A good chance for creative heads !
- A new HTTPS-only browsing mode. For those who are more concerned of safety .
for more , have a look at the Release Notes 188.8.131.52
Additional Links :
- If you don’t have Google Chrome, install it from here .
- Subscribe to the developer preview channel.
- Comparison of web browsers .
- Chrome gets Mac deadline, extensions foundation.
- ‘Carbon cost’ of Google revealed .