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[News] Google Chrome 3.0 is Out (Linux Version Out Any Moment)

  • Subject: [News] Google Chrome 3.0 is Out (Linux Version Out Any Moment)
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 16 Sep 2009 11:21:44 +0100
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New Version 3.0 of Google Chrome is Much Speedier

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| As you experiment with the new Chrome, you can provide Google 
| feedback on it here.  Chrome is now officially one year old, 
| and it's good to see it advancing and getting speedier. The 
| benchmark charts below, from Google, show version 3.0's speed 
| improvements in Javascript tests, which look substantial 
| (bigger is better in the first chart and smaller is better in 
| the second one).


Google Chrome 3.0 Sees Stable Release

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| Google's Chrome team releases a stable build of the Web browser 
| that incorporates the speed bumps and features introduced in 
| August's Chrome beta release. Chrome has been through 
| 51 developer, 21 beta and 15 stable updates and 3,505 bug fixes 
| in the past year. Greater expectations await Chrome now that 
| Sony is bundling the browser alongside Internet Explorer on 
| Vaio laptops.



Google begins launch of Chrome Extensions

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| A message on the Chromium Blog indicates that Google are beginning the
| process of rolling out extensions for Google Chrome. Although Chrome
| and Chromium are regarded as good browsers, critics have pointed to the
| lack of Firefox style Add-ons as a reason for it not being adopted more
| widely. Google have been working on implementing extensions and have
| now moved to turn on the extensions system in the Dev channel builds of
| Chrome and Chromium.


Google Chrome: one year on

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| When Google unveiled the beta of its Chrome browser one year ago today, there
| were two explanations for its appearance. The official reason, as stated by
| Google in the official blog, was that "the web gets better with more options
| and innovation. Google Chrome is another option, and we hope it contributes
| to making the web even better."

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