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A Google Chrome OS-Like Experience Is Being Built Into Windows 8

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Google has been updating the developer version of the Chrome browser so that it runs software that looks similar to Chrome OS within the Windows 8 Metro mode. 
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Open A Lot Of Tabs In Chrome? Download The Great Suspender Chrome Extension.

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I have a tendency to open hundreds of tabs in the Google Chrome browser every single day.  Tab browsing is important for people that spend a lot of time multi-tasking.  However, the more tabs you open up, the slower your computer gets.  Since the Google Chrome opens up every tab as a separate process to prevent the browser from crashing, it takes up a lot of hardware resources and slows down the computer.  This is why you should download a Google Chrome plugin called The Great Suspender.

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Chrome 29 For iOS Has Faster Search Results, Better Voice, And Sign-On Improvements

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Google has updated the Chrome app for iOS to support several new features. Chrome 29.0.1547.11 lets you find results faster, save on data, and supports pronouns.  There is also improvements on single sign-on with other Google Apps.
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New Version Chrome Has A Reset Button

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If you use the Google Chrome browser, you probably know how quickly that the number of extensions and themes that get added to the browser can add up.  If you want to reset the browser from scratch, there is a reset button in the latest version of Chrome stable.  Chrome 29 also has more of your personal information stored in the Omnibox search suggestions.  The Omnibox improvement adds recently visited websites to the mix of suggestions.

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Google Chrome “Canary” Test Release Gets Touch Controls

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Google has added several touch friendly features to the Google Chrome browser under the “Canary” test release, according to The Verge.  In the latest nightly Canary build, there are three new early-stage options for browsing the web using touch gestures with your fingers.  These new features includes slide to navigate, pinch to zoom, and support for the Windows 8 on-screen keyboard.  Not a bad addition for Chrome users that spend a lot of time using the browser on touch-screen PCs!

The Google Chrome App Launcher Is Now Available On Windows

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The Chrome launcher has exited developer preview mode and is now available across the board.  When installing the Google Chrome App Launcher, it will be added to the start page, task bar, and desktop on Windows 7 and Windows 8.

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Chrome For iOS Now Has Full Browsing History and Google App Interoperability

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Google Chrome for iOS has been updated to version 28.0.1500.12.  This new version of the app has full browser history and interoperability with other Google apps.  For example, there is an option to open links for YouTube, Maps, G+ and Drive in the app instead of the browser.

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Google Chrome 28 Browser Now Has Richer Notifications

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On Tuesday, Google released a new version of the Google Chrome browser.  Google Chrome 28 has a notification center, but it is only available on Windows and Chrome OS right now.  You can update to the new version of Chrome using the built-in updated or it can be downloaded directly from google.com/chrome.  This is the first version of Chrome that uses Blink rather than WebKit.  Google updated Chrome to version 28 on Linux first on June 17th.  Richer notifications will be coming to the Mac soon.

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