Monday, September 26, 2011

Download Google Chrome 14 - Best Internet Browser Ever!

Google has announced the release of Chrome 14 Web browser. With release of this stable version, Google’s Chrome 14 has now taken the lead towards the finishing spot of being labelled as the best internet browser among them all. Google’s Chrome web browser just keeps getting better with every new release. When Firefox wanted to speed up its path of development, it didn’t meet with much success. Some people say that it, in fact, became less stable. There is a general consensus now that the Chrome 14 is clearly the best web browser for any operating system that is available today.

There are some nice technical improvements in this new version of Chrome. This release contains two significant technologies which allow developers to create even more powerful web apps and games:
  • The Web Audio API enables developers to add fancy audio effects such as room simulation and   specialization.
  • Native Client is an open-source technology which allows C and C++ code to be seamlessly and securely executed inside the browser. Currently, Native Client only supports applications listed in the Chrome Web Store, but we are working to remove this limitation as soon as possible.
Few changes for Lion have been introduced in Chrome 14 on Mac OS X. Lion’s new scrollbar style, which is fully supported in the new version. Chrome has also gained compatibility with Lion’s full-creen functionality, triggered by a full-screen button or Ctrl+Shift+F. It also offers a separate “presentation mode” that mimics the legacy fullscreen style.

A web standards compatibility test was taken recently to check out how well a browser can comply with web standards like Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), JavaScript and Extensible Markup Language (XML). On this Acid 3 compatibility test, Chrome 14 has been rated a 100 while Firefox 6 got 97 and internet Explorer got 95. On the HTML5 test to see how compliant the web browser is with the HTML5 web page standard, Chrome is the leader here too with a score of 341 out of a possible 450. Firefox is the follower with a score of 313 and Internet Explorer with 141. People who think that Internet Explorer is HTML5 compliant are fooling themselves.

Another important feature is that Chrome XIV now supports C and C++ applications in Google’s Native Client software developer kit. Native Client allows developers to create local applications that run within Chrome. Since they introduced Chrome OS, Google is aiming to redefine the desktop. What is important about Native Client is that instead of just running applications off the Web, you can now run local applications at your machine’s full speed instead of at your internet’s speed.

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