This developer version of Google Chrome is a development release which allows those with programming knowledge to test and tweak features in Google's popular browser.
Compared to the latest stable version this edition contains subtle modifications that make it worth trying for die-hard Chrome fans. As you expect from Google Chrome, you get a web browser with a sleek, minimalist design.
Even compared with Safari and especially Firefox, the browser has very few buttons. All settings and options to choose your extensions are accessible via icons in the top right.
Please note that this version of Google Chrome is strictly a developer release, so bear in mind that you may occasionally encounter bugs and the developers are very keen to hear feedback on such problems.
The latest developer version of Google Chrome gives you a taste of what's to come from one of the fastest growing browsers out there.
Linux: Enabled Native Client for 32-bit Linux and also addresses a performance issue for Native Client on Intel Atom CPUs. [Issue: 92964], [nativeclient: 480]
Linux: Fixed fetching proxy settings on Gnome 3 systems when glib2-dev package is not installed. [Issue: 91744]
All: Fixed many known stability issues.
Chrome is suffering from an issue with the built-in software update mechanism. Until this bug is fixed, users must download the standalone application and drag in in their application folder and overwrite the existing Chrome build.
Very fast surfing
Lots of extensions
Gives you a peek at what's to come in Chrome
Can be unstable
Aimed mainly at those with programming knowledge
"the google chrome is good for me because it is easy to use for the internet"
the google chrome was make fast and it is very suitable for the users internet access.