Google’s Chrome 17 introduces pre-page loading

Who doesn’t want a faster web browsing experience?

Google is about to make dreams into reality with their new Chrome 17. With the latter’s entry in the market, web browsing could be improved. Google’s latest browser loads and renders pages which the user is most likely to visit so that the appear straightaway.

The Chrome 17 is still  available in beta stream. It pre-renders so that it reduces the time between the user hitting return and the appearance of a loaded page.

Security features called “safe browsing technology” has also been improved so as for users to be protected from malware attacks. With the prevalence of sites that gives its visitors downloads with malicious software, this could be a big boost for your privacy and computer’s health.

Dominic Hamon a software engineer from Google said that, “if a file you download is known be bad, or is hosted on a website that hosts a relatively high percentage of malicious downloads, Chrome will warn you that the file appears to be malicious and that you should discard it.”

He also added that, “remember, no technical mechanism can ever protect you completely from malicious downloads. You should always be careful about which files you download and consider the reputation of their source.”

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Ahleen

Ahleen is a tech columnist who has written about a wide range of technology from driver-less cars to electronic diapers. She is a certified nerd and considers chocolate to be the smartest invention of mankind.

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