Google Chrome 28.0.1500.71

The web browser is arguably the most important piece of software on your computer. You spend much of your time online inside a browser: when you search, chat, email, shop, bank, read the news, and watch videos online, you often do all this using a browser.

Google Chrome is a browser that combines a minimal design with sophisticated technology to make the web faster, safer, and easier. Use one box for everything--type in the address bar and get suggestions for both search and Web pages. Thumbnails of your top sites let you access your favorite pages instantly with lightning speed from any new tab. Desktop shortcuts allow you to launch your favorite Web apps straight from your desktop. Google Chrome also uses a brand new javascript engine (V8), which is much faster than existing javascript interpreters. This means you can create more complex and more intensive AJAX applications with fewer speed and processing constraints. Finally, Google Chrome is built on top of WebKit, so Google Chrome users will benefit from the CSS3 features being added to WebKit as those features are released.

Chrome has many useful features built in, including automatic full-page translation and access to thousands of apps, extensions, and themes from the Chrome Web Store.

Google Chrome is one of the best solutions for Internet browsing giving you high level of security, speed and great features.

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chrisj1968 said,
oh ok, it is blink. thanks. what can one expect with Blink? easier to use or faster? any noticeable differences in that regard?

I don't think it will affect the end user much. It's more of a change in development. Code cleanup and stuff.

Still, no master password protection and no automatic history cleaning on exit.
2 of the 3 reasons i still use FF as my primary browser and chrome as secondary.
Don't be mad though, i find chrome faster, but firefox more versatile.

"incognito mode" does not retain the auto-login for the sites i want to be logged in.
You have to manually type every login data, for every site, every time, so nothing valuable to me , is accomplished by this feature.
I only laugh, when i hear some of you equally comparing the "automatic history cleaning on exit", with "incognito mode".
It's like comparing the "house cleaning lady" (being the auto clean on exit) with a "ninja" (being incognito mode)....!

what you're showing me, deletes the cookies.I don't want that, i need the cookies.
Please don't try to make up solutions, as these are matters that google for their own reasons, doesn't want to fix.
This is my FF "clear-on-exit-options" and there is nothing near that in chrome:
http://goo.gl/72xDH

and this the password protection (protects my passwords from family members and friends, from being able to see them, with the ease of one click of a button that chrome has):
http://goo.gl/w1uux
Firefox has natively, implemented those features, so why use chrome with uncertain 3rd party extensions?
Please, i f you haven't used firefox, don't try to sweeten the deal on chrome for me, just because you use it and like it.
I find, its lack of natively implemented features, as opposed to other browsers, annoying! And until that changes, it will remain my secondary-for-use-browser.

Edited by tomasse, Jul 11 2013, 12:26am :

tomasse said,
what you're showing me, deletes the cookies.I don't want that, i need the cookies.
Please don't try to make up solutions, as these are matters that google for their own reasons, doesn't want to fix.
This is my FF "clear-on-exit-options" and there is nothing near that in chrome:
http://goo.gl/72xDH

and this the password protection (protects my passwords from family members and friends, from being able to see them, with the ease of one click of a button that chrome has):
http://goo.gl/w1uux
Firefox has natively, implemented those features, so why use chrome with uncertain 3rd party extensions?
Please, i f you haven't used firefox, don't try to sweeten the deal on chrome for me, just because you use it and like it.
I find, its lack of natively implemented features, as opposed to other browsers, annoying! And until that changes, it will remain my secondary-for-use-browser.

Clearly you don't want any help since you've been nothing but hostile with your replies. You must be a delight to deal with in person...

tomasse said,
When you know nothing, you better say nothing as well!

Take a look in the mirror... Your requirements were explained poorly, and your cocky attitude simply made you look like a child. The really sad part is that you've been running your mouth and talking down to me, but yet your communication and grammar skills are that of a 5 year old. My advice is that you either grow up, or you'll get nowhere in life. Or maybe you deserve that...

English is not my native language, so i couldn't care less, of what you think of my communication and grammar skills.
It's clear to me, that you don't know **** on this matter, so i don't understand why are you even trying to give advice. It's like you're trying to market/promote chrome, leaving aside its common/basic flaws over firefox.
I you don't like my communication and grammar skills or the way i'm talking to you, maybe you should stop talking to me then, cause that's all you going to get from me.

tomasse said,
English is not my native language, so i couldn't care less, of what you think of my communication and grammar skills.
It's clear to me, that you don't know **** on this matter, so i don't understand why are you even trying to give advice. It's like you're trying to market/promote chrome, leaving aside its common/basic flaws over firefox.
I you don't like my communication and grammar skills or the way i'm talking to you, maybe you should stop talking to me then, cause that's all you going to get from me.

It took you multiple relies for you to give the full details of what you're for... Either you're incompetent or simply an immature troll. Why it's so difficult for you to be polite is beyond me. I was simply trying to help, so perhaps you should get over yourself...

The only incompetent here, is you, trying to give advice on things you don't know.
There is no "trying to help", when you don't know how to.
i told you, if you don't like the way i'm talking to you, maybe you should stop.
Not doing so, makes me think you like it.

tomasse said,
The only incompetent here, is you, trying to give advice on things you don't know.
There is no "trying to help", when you don't know how to.
i told you, if you don't like the way i'm talking to you, maybe you should stop.
Not doing so, makes me think you like it.

I guess reading comprehension isn't one of your strong points either...
It took you 3 posts to actually explain what you wanted. And by that point you were arrogant and running your mouth about how you think you're better than everybody. This started out as laughable, but now it's just pathetic... Feel free to carry on though...

Sorry about being slightly off topic here, but.

I guess I'm slightly confused. I thought Opera was moving to webkit and Chrome was moving to Blink? Actually, I wasn't thinking Chrome was moving to Blink as I simply don't know because I don't use Chrome.

I mentioned webkit in an Opera topic a few days ago and I think it was chrisj1968 who said "you mean Blink" there also.

Are both switching to Blink then? To lazy to look it up and haven't updated my Opera to the newest version, 15, yet ?

cork1958 said,
Sorry about being slightly off topic here, but.

I guess I'm slightly confused. I thought Opera was moving to webkit and Chrome was moving to Blink? Actually, I wasn't thinking Chrome was moving to Blink as I simply don't know because I don't use Chrome.

I mentioned webkit in an Opera topic a few days ago and I think it was chrisj1968 who said "you mean Blink" there also.

Are both switching to Blink then? To lazy to look it up and haven't updated my Opera to the newest version, 15, yet ?

Yes. Both are using the Blink fork now in order to be able to remove some of the baggage of webkit. Opera 15 is really the first blink engine version - they're not pushing as an autoupdate and are still implementing features. You can have both installed (12.x and 15) though.

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