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Google Chrome 6 Debuts

By Don Reisinger  |  Posted 09-04-2010 Print

Dell ditches 3PAR, iPad gets an update and Google's Chrome has a makeover. Five fast takes on the week's hottest developments.

Google's Chrome Web browser has been available for two years now. And to commemorate that anniversary, Google announced Chrome 6 this week. The new browser features several improvements, including faster load times and an even more simplified interface than its predecessor. The company will soon offer hardware-accelerated performance in an upcoming update.

The CIO Insight

If you're like most CIOs, you're concerned with the security issues that Internet Explorer could cause. For some operations, it's a necessary evil, due to programs requiring Internet Explorer to work. But if you don't need Internet Explorer, Chrome 6 is worth considering. It's fast, it's reliable, and it's more secure than Microsoft's option.



 

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