Sunday, March 20, 2011

Google Chrome 10

Google recently launched a new version of Chrome that includes a synchronization feature new password, encryption, synchronized data, an improved interface settings, and promises 66 percent faster speeds JavaScript. The new version also has enhanced safety by improving functionality Chrome sandboxing, which prevents the malware to interact with the rest of your system, including Adobe Flash Player.

If you are already running Chrome you should be automatically updated to the new version soon.

In the interim, here's a look at the highlights of the stable version of Goggle Chrome 10.

When you go to your browser settings by clicking the blow icon in the upper right corner and selecting "Options" ("Preferences" on a Mac), your settings will now open in a new browser tab instead of a window pop-up. A benefit of this is that it makes it easier to navigate your settings and not having to keep track of a browser window floating lost in all other open windows in your application.

The latest version of Chrome includes password manager tool of the browser data synchronization that allows you to access the same settings on many computers Chrome. Now, Chrome facilitate you to synchronize Web applications, settings auto complete, bookmarks, extensions, passwords, preferences and themes.

Keep in mind that if you use a password to Google Sync, you must use this password to access your data on any PC that you have activated with Google Sync. If you lose or forget your password, you will need to reset your Sync via Google dashboard. This will erase all your data synced on Google's servers, but not on your desktop. So you have to reactivate Google Sync to retrieve your data between multiple computers after reset.

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