Time does fly, doesn’t it? Not that we spend our days counting just how “old” web browsers are, but one cannot help but notice the hoopla surrounding Google’s celebration of the second anniversary of Google Chrome. I cannot remember the exact date that I heard about Chrome, but I clearly remember my excitement. Two years later, I have to say that Chrome has lived up to my expectations. (Although I have to admit that I still use Firefox more. Chrome is always ready, though, in case Firefox crashes.)
So anyway, if you happened to check the Google Chrome Blog yesterday, you’d know all about the new stuff they’ve done to Google Chrome – manifested in the latest version. The new version is much faster and even more streamlined. You thought that Chrome was the simplest of all browsers out there? Think again! The guys at Google worked extra hard to make this new Chrome simpler than ever!
Some of the changes are:
- Two menus have been combined into one.
- Buttons have been moved.
- The URL box and Omnibox have been cleaned up.
Well, I’ll stop rattling on about it – why don’t you download the newest Google Chrome (2nd birthday edition, if you will) yourself?
By the way, that image up there is by Mike Lemanski and was used in the official announcement in the Google Chrome Blog. Isn’t it awesome?