When Google Chrome was originally released in 2008, it promised Internet users that it would offer a faster, easier browsing experience for laptops and desktops alike. After four successful years of operation, Google Chrome will be celebrating not only its 4th birthday but also the fact that June 2012 marked the moment Google Chrome became a better, more reliable Internet browser than Microsoft Internet Explorer. To further that, Google Chrome has added better features and more security strengths to keep up their reputation.

Multiple Platforms and Device Capabilities

Google Chrome is not just for laptops and desktops. When it was originally, Chrome’s makers wanted to create faster, more efficient browsing for computers. But with the turn of the digital age, Google expanded their browser to be platform and device-friendly across the board. Users with smart pads, tablets and even smartphones can access the web using Google Chrome’s browser as well. Chrome works seamlessly between platforms and devices so that individuals can take their Chrome experience wherever they go.

Google Chrome

Google Chrome


Google Chrome has a user feature that allows users to sign in and access their saved bookmarks, favorites and even saved preferences regardless of the device they are on. With this synchronization, more users can access bookmarked pages for work and personal use, whether or not they’re on the original computer that was used to bookmark it.

Google Chrome’s latest Version 21 was released in July 2012. One of the biggest features added to the new release was the improved Adobe Flash, since this was the most common error reported by Chrome users in the past. And users of the latest version will now also have improved security, performance and stability. With all of Chrome’s features and functionalism, it’s no wonder that 32.43 percent of the world market use Chrome.

For a web browser that has only existed for four years, Google Chrome is the impressive, efficient new kid on the block.


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