Google launches once again (as always happens when there is a new version of its software) to challenge the supremacy of web browsing, presenting and making available the new version of Chrome web browser speed at which relies on its Mountain View expectations regarding the integration with web services that makes it available to the public every day. Google Chrome 13 addresses vulnerabilities in previous versions and adds some new features that will surely please those who surf the internet daily and constantly.
Google also updates its web browser and does not only introducing a version of the transition (thus solving some bugs that plagued the previous version), but introducing some new features that might make the happiness of its users (especially those who spend a lot for various reasons of their time surfing the internet). The first is called Instant News Pages, which will be taken to preload the web page that you probably will want to look after a web search (so everything will be based on actual search keys and almost certainly on the history of navigation ‘user).
Another new feature is that besides allowing the press to print the page of the web browser you’re viewing, gives us the print preview (short for Mac-style word processor) and also the ability to “transform” everything directly in PDF format. It also improves the Omnibox now show more accurate results than the search that you make most frequently.