Google Chrome is a browser that combines a minimal design with sophisticated technology to make the web faster, safer, and easier.According to the Mountain View company, Build 9.0.587.0 is fixed on resolving a variety of problems that have been identified in the previous Dev releases of Chrome.
In this regard, Chrome 9.0.587.0 sports a range of GPU-related fixes, crash fixes, and instant fixes.
And this is pretty much the story of Chrome 8.0.552.208 Beta. â€œThe Chrome Beta channel has been updated to 8.0.552.208 for Mac and Linux. This release contains a number of stability and UI improvements,â€ addedÂ Jason Kersey, from the Google Chrome team.
Google is expected to deliver the successor of Chrome 7.0 by the end of 2010, while pushing on with the development of Chrome 9.0.
Key Features of Google Chrome 9.0.587.0 Beta:
Chrome is designed to be fast in every possible way: It’s quick to start up from your desktop, loads web pages in a snap, and runs complex web applications fast.
Chrome’s browser window is streamlined, clean and simple. Chrome also includes features that are designed for efficiency and ease of use. For example, you can search and navigate from the same box, and arrange tabs however you wish â€” quickly and easily.
Chrome is designed to keep you safer and more secure on the web with built-in malware and phishing protection, autoupdates to make sure the browser is up-to-date with the latest security updates, and more.
Other features include:
- Web search. Web history. Address bar. Suggestions as you type. One unifiedÂ Box serves all your browsing needs.
- Every time you open a new tab, you’ll see a visual sampling of your most visited sites, most used search engines, and recently bookmarked pages and closed tabs.
- Use web apps without opening your browser. Application shortcuts can directly load your favorite online apps.
- You can drag tabs out of the browser toÂ Create newÂ windows, gather multiple tabs into one window or arrange your tabs however you wish — quickly and easily.
- Every tab you’re using is run independently in the browser, so if one app crashes it won’t take anything else down
- Don’t want pages you visit to show up in your web history? Choose incognito mode for private browsing.
- GoogleÂ Chrome warns you if you’re about to visit a suspected phishing, malware or otherwise unsafe website.