Google Chrome 10 Beta with More Speed

Google has released Google Chrome 10 Beta version for all supported operating systems. This version brings several exciting additions to the Internet browser that users of the dev and canary builds enjoyed for some time. The important update is about the JavaScript engine has been updated to improve the performance of the browser

Jeff Chang as Product Manager said on Google Chrome blog said that with a new speed boost, Chrome’s JavaScript engine V8 runs compute-intensive JavaScript applications even more quickly than before. In fact, this beta release sports a whopping 66% improvement on the V8 benchmark suite over our current stable release.

Google Chrome 10 Beta

The picture above show how Google improve Chrome’s Javascript on each version

Google Chrome 10 Beta also has feature to synchronize your saved passwords across multiple computers, along with your bookmarks, preferences, themes, and extensions. You can choose to encrypt your synced passwords with your own secret sync passphrase. This feature will help you who like to saving passwords in Chrome. You don’t need to remember your password again when you use another computer.

A preliminary implementation of GPU-accelerated video has been include which should reduce the cpu usage of users with compatible graphics hardware up to 80% in full screen mode. Settings dialogs now will open in a new tab instead opening in a separate windows.

Chrome Beta users are as usual updated automatically. You can also download the Chrome Beta release from the getting involved page over at Chromium.

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