Google have entered the Web Browser fray with their take on how to browse the internet with Google Chrome. In a move away from the 'do-it-all' mentality of Firefox, Google Chrome provides a very minimailst interface which utilises the maximum amount of screen area available, whilst still maintaining a tab structure.
Key features of Google Chrome include:
- each tab runs on a seperate process, so if one tab encounters a problem, all other tabs are unaffected
- the default home page provides links to your most recent web pages and links
- the auto-suggest in the url/search bar suggests search results in addition to websites
- incognito mode provides private browsing, with no history or cookies
Of course, it is early days, but Chrome appears to be a true contender in the battle to wrestle the web browser market from Internet Explorer.
To get Chrome visit http://www.google.com/chrome.