Google Chrome 10 Complete With Faster Speed and Flash Sandbox

Mar 8, 2011
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Google Chrome 10 Complete With Faster Speed and Flash Sandbox

Google has just officially released the stable version of Chrome 10. This version brings the Crankshaft JavaScript engine and is two thirds faster than Chrome 9. Hundreds of bugs are fixed and several security vulnerabilities are addressed including added protection from Flash crashes and security holes through sandboxing.

Chrome 10 has a new settings interface that shows up as a tabbed page instead of a pop-up menu. It makes it easier for you to search for the settings page you need and even allows you to share the page link if you are trying to troubleshoot for someone remotely. It also allows for easier password syncing between Chrome browsers.

This new version is available for download now for Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Chrome updates from Google can be expected almost every six weeks.

[via Electronista]


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