Chrome 9 is released! Top 5 features in the new chrome browser
Google finally released Google chrome 9 stable, 2 weeks later than it’s promised release-date. We have summarized top 5 must-try features in the new chrome!
Update your chrome Browser to get your new version. The process is illustrated!
1. 1-WebGL: By far the most compelling feature of the newly released browser is the integration of WebGL in the browser. WebGL will enable developers to built 3-D graphics within the browser. WebGL is enabled by default in Chrome now.
2. 2-Google Instant: This feature will automatically load webpages as you type the URL in the addressbar. The option is turned off by default. You can turn it on by Options-> Check “Enable Instant for faster searching and browsing”.
3. 3-Chrome Webstore: The Chrome Webstore is now here for quite some time yet appeals masses with its over 100s of free and paid apps. Though few of the web apps are optimized speciafically for chrome, many others can be used with their full potential for Firefox and safari. You can download web app, open it as new window or create shortcuts on desktop. Windows users can also pin web app to start-menu or create a quciklaunch icon for the webapp for quick and easy access. https://chrome.google.com/webstore
4. 4- WebP files: WebP is new image format that offers better compression for images over the web. This implies that image file size (about 39.8 % smaller in size) will substantially reduce resulting in faster download rate while the picture quality is maintained. You can download the image converter from here: http://code.google.com/speed/webp/download.html
5. 5-Cloud printing: With this feature you will be able to print from devices that cannot directly communicate with Printers. Google on its official blog defined the functionality as “Cloud printing Allows printing from any app on any device, OS or browser without the need to install any software” The feature is called Cloud Printing. When released later this January, the support was limited for Windows OS only. To put it simply you will be able to print Google docs or any other document from your smart phone.
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