New Google Chrome Improves on Layout and Web Store
Google has just announced that the latest version of its Chrome browser (version 15) has already been rolled out for general users.
The new Chrome boasts some cosmetic changes to its ‘New Tab’ page, which now provides shortcuts to the user's installed Web applications.
Ars Technica – Users can page between the application shortcuts and page thumbnails by clicking an arrow or by using the navigation bar at the bottom of the page. They can also create multiple pages for the application icons. The ability to "pin" a thumbnail to the grid is no longer available, but it's possible to drag a thumbnail to one of the application pages. Right-clicking an application icon allows users to specify whether the app should open in a regular tab, a pinned tab, or in full screen.
In addition to this, Google has also overhauled its Chrome Web Store with a simplified, application-like design.
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As for those who are interested in downloading the new Chrome, please visit www.google.com/chrome.