Google Chrome 63.0.3239.59 Beta/ 64.0.3269.3 Dev

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Google Chrome 64 is a fast, free and easy to use web browser that’s built for the modern web. It combines a minimal design with sophisticated technology to make the web safer.

It has one box for everything. Type in the address bar and get suggestions for both search and web pages.

That will give you thumbnails of your top sites. Access your favorite pages instantly with lightning speed from any new tab.

It is an open source web browser developed by Google. Design goals include stability, speed, security and a clean, simple and efficient user interface.

Its software architecture was engineered from scratch (using components from other open source software including WebKit and Mozilla Firefox) to cater for the changing needs of users and acknowledging that today most web sites aren’t web pages but web applications.

  • Speed. Speed improvements are a primary design goal.
  • Privacy. Google announces a so-called incognito mode claiming that it “lets you browse the web in complete privacy because it doesn’t record any of your activity”.
  • Sandboxing. Every tab in Google Chrome is sandboxed. So that a tab can display contents of a web page and accept user input. But it will not be able to read the user’s desktop or personal files.

Google say they have “taken the existing process boundary and made it into a jail”. There is an exception to this rule. Browser plugins such as Adobe Flash Player do not run within the boundaries of the tab jail. And so users will still be vulnerable to cross-browser exploits based on plugins, until plugins have been updated to work with the new Chrome security. Google has also developed a new phishing blacklist, which will be built into Chrome, as well as made available via a separate public API.

Stability

  • Multiprocessing. The Gears team were considering a multithreaded browser and Chrome implemented this concept with a multiprocessing architecture.

User interface

  • Rendering Engine. The browser uses the WebKit rendering engine on advice from the Gears team because it is simple, memory efficient, useful on embedded devices and easy to learn for new developers.
  • Features. Added some commonly used plugin-specific features of other browsers into the default package. Such as an Incognito tab mode, where no logs of the user activity are stored, and all cookies from the session are discarded.
  • Tabs. While all of the major tabbed web browsers (e.g. Internet Explorer, Firefox) have been designed with the window as the primary container, Chrome will put tabs first (similar to Opera). The most immediate way this will show is in the user interface. Tabs will be at the top of the window, instead of below the controls.

Chrome will also implement a New Tab Page. It shows the nine most visited pages in thumbnails, along with the most searched on sites, most recently bookmarked sites. And most recently closed tabs, upon opening a new tab, similar to Opera’s “Speed Dial” page.

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Superknown
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Try SRWare Iron Much more stable Chrome Browser Yes it loads Ebay too!!

Dont_Stop
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I started to like the Chrome. The minimalistic GUI and lack of features let`s me to take all my attention to the Internet browsing only. The pages loads fast also. And the integrated flash player makes it easier to start browsing. What I dislike about it is my concerns about privacy. I use unchrome, but I don`t really trust it. Other thing, what I don`t like about this browser is that  all the downloaded files are stored in downloads folder. Such as torrent files, I have to delete them manually all the time. No “Open file” feature (you know what I mean). So… Read more »
Dont_Stop
Guest

I`m taking my words back. Yeah, chrome is fast and easy to use browser, but it`s very unstable. Sometimes freezes, sometimes shockwawe player stops. And you never know when it will happen. I like smooth browsing, so I decided to try out the new Safari browser. I feel good about it for now, it is slower than chrome, but stable.

cool_recep
Guest

Guys, take your time and check chromium project, you will see the reason why Chrome is updated so often.

And IE6 was a disaster cuz it was updated sooooo long. So, get used to it! It is better. Web is evolving every single day. 

sefton22
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i use Ghostery for chrome to block website tracking & it seems to work quite well even though its still in BETA. If you dont enable the blocking will still tell you which sites are tracking your browsing!!
as for ad-blocking i use adblock & adblock plus for chrome which are simple to use just by left clicking the icons

Djova
Guest

As per Ad Block Plus site, Ad Block Plus is available for Chrome too! Ad Block Plus is the best!

I am still with Firefox and would like to hear your comments/opinions which is better: Firefox or Chrome (or something else)

P.S. You can comment in Russian if you prefer.

soundping
Guest

Turn on Chrome 17 pipelining chrome://flags bottom of the page.

soundping
Guest

GC 19 is very stable for me. 🙂

g33k
Guest

Fohta826 Firefox sucks, because they still didn’t optimize browser. On 5+ tabs it hogs system resources, actually over 600 mb of main background memory. That’s silly.
Chrome can hog resources only on strong Flash web sites, but that’s not problem of Chrome, that’s problem of Adobe which doesn’t know how to optimize Flash Player.

truemate
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I agree with G33K firefox have some problems…
me useing FF 11 final.. i have try from 8 till this 11 final.. from when i start useing FF my pc behaveing weird,, in between when surfing the net..especially when i am on firefox,It get hang in between,windows(ff tabs) suddenly get closed,mouce dont work properlly and so on.. after searching on their site i found out this—-> “OS X: WebGL performance may be degraded on some hardware……Unresolved on v11” ..let them resolved this,then i will think about FF…till them tata bye bye FF ..InternetExplorer is good,,never shown any problem.

Journey
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@ TheYork®™

The HTML5 test that wins is COMODO Dragon web browser. It scores at 400 and 9 bonus points beating out Firefox 12.0 @ 245 and 9 bonus points. My preferred browser is Opera which comes in at 339 and 9 bonus points, which is unfortunate but it’s the only browser that is stable with 30 open tabs. I do love COMODO Dragon. It has a beatiful GUI and the web pages look excellent on it.

Journey
Guest

Correction: Firefox scores at 345 with 9 bonus points. I made a typo, sorry..

Cleric
Guest

heil to Google Chrome, Im was Firefox User for over 10 years but today i make revolution on that Boring Cloned Firefox, mozilla guys need to update they ideas to walk with Future. For Ex: Firefox Become Faster and Ugly in same Time Chrome Become Faster and Metro 😉

arsenalz
Guest

Some people say that FF takes up a lot of memory. But we are in 2013 and who has no PC with 4GB RAM, give up! FF is much better than this crap called GC whose stability is garbage. Open Xilisoft Video Coverter, convert any format. That takes a lot of memory. At the same time, try to use the GC and FF. You’ll see what a browser is stable and reliable. GC is poor and only praises those who are beginner and knows little about the performance of browsers. yeah!

arsenalz
Guest

Unstable and still hangs. I’m even more Firefox.

arsenalz
Guest

chrome is rotten…

soundping
Guest

GC Beta now has origin chip. 🙂
chrome://flags/#origin-chip-in-omnibox

soundping
Guest

Google Chrome 64-bit support option for Canary and Dev builds.
http://blog.chromium.org/2014/06/try-out-new-64-bit-windows-canary-and.html

Merlin666
Guest

Chrome used to be advanced and ahead, many years ago, but now has deteriorated into total useless junk. This version 35 does not even work on java sites anymore, pathetic.

ronald
Guest

evolving browser, to greatness, well done google team!!!

ronald
Guest

speed it up!! disable hardware acceleration and some add-ons, such as avast online scanners.etc..

trueboy
Guest

nice fast browser

arsenalz
Guest

crap … got fame because of the fad, being Google.

trueboy
Guest

this new version little more faster while browsing,especially sites with flash,streaming vid..Woooooo. Thats Smart peoples browser

arsenalz
Guest

Got fame because of the fad, being Google. I do not give personal information to a browser that asks me all the time. I do not want to be spied on. I hate NSA. Do you understand me or you want me to draw?

arsenalz
Guest

Another update? Install and uninstall weekly? Sinister …

ronald
Guest

NOT my favorite browser, but, version 38 is getting there!! Maxthon and IE11 is still UP UP UP there!!!

soundping
Guest

FYI: Google Chrome (WebRTC) is still leaking IP Addresses. ScriptSafe can provide a temporary fix for now. Also, Firefox has the same WebRTC leak problem. Note: Pale Moon doesn’t leak your IP Address.

ronald
Guest

This browser is too slow, really not worth the effort, IE11 is a rocket in comparison,also MAXTHON – fast safe, feature rich, cloud service, etc… Chrome NO competition for these 2 browsers

trueboy
Guest

@ronald use firefox to know what slow..damm slow means…agree that IE11 is very fast.. but try the new chrome 42.Its fast or i will suggest you to try chrome Development which is more faster.

ronald
Guest

at some point i thought this was good, its not, doubt if it will ever be!! Google Chrome is not worth the waste of time it is and has become, >40versions later!! Doubt if ever this slow train will ever catch up with IE11 or Maxthon, it wont, good effort anyhow..maybe version 50 will be better?

ronald
Guest

maybe 1 day, for now its spyware-collecting usre information, still a poor performer, maxthon/firefox?IE is the way to go, who knows, maybe version 50 will be better

ronald
Guest

this kak is left out in the cold, in comparison to other browsers

Royce
Member

I still think Chrome is the best browser out there. It’s fast and the extension support is great. I’m using the extensions https://start.me, LastPass and AdBlock to power up my browsing experience.

soundping
Member

Google just released “Shield Defense” for all their chrome browsers.

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