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Friday, 03 December 2010 13:06

Google releases Chrome 8 with app support

Written by Fudzilla staff

Built-in PDF reader also on board

Google has introduced a new incarnation of its successful Chrome browser.

Unlike most previous updates, Chrome 8 brings about several new features and significant upgrades. The browser features a built in PDF reader for improved speed and stability. The UI also underwent a minor overhaul and it features improved security as well.

However, the truly novel feature offered by Chrome 8 is app support. The browser should reportedly support Google’s upcoming Web Store service, but we have yet to see the apps in action. It’s an interesting concept, provided developers get on board.

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+11 #1 Marburg_U 2010-12-03 14:12
And can i chose the DARN installation folder or am i stuck again with what google decide is right for me?
 
 
+14 #2 Dracusis 2010-12-03 14:55
In Google you must trust.
 
 
+1 #3 Quartz 2010-12-03 17:13
Is it too much to hope that they've fixed the memory leaks? See bugs 5820, 12120, and others.
 
 
+1 #4 yasin 2010-12-03 20:29
chrome is fine, only you get a large cache after a while (or i do anyway), but i barely noticed any slowdown for the last 6 months of using it.
 
 
+3 #5 snowboarder8156 2010-12-05 09:35
the new added pdf support is a bit annoying since you can't directly print. you have to load it into a separate tab in order to print...it still beats having to let adobe load which isn't the quickest program by any means!
 
 
+1 #6 Jermelescu 2010-12-06 00:40
The only thing about CHROME (I'm using it), is that the 1st start (after I turn on my PC) is soooooooooo slooooooooooooo ow, like... 40 sec (until it's usable), and I have a pretty good PC
 

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