Google Chrome is a web browser that’s free to download from the internet. Created by the company that created the Google search engine. It’s been designed to be both simple to use and fast.
Hard to beat when it comes to web browsing speed and features for privacy, malware detection, extensions, customization, and more.
1. What is Google Chrome?
Ever since the inception of the concept of the Internet, back in the 1960s, and all the way until present times. The growing emphasis has seen a shift from a “how can we access something on the Web”. To “how fast and effectively can we access something on the Web” mindset. It’s no wonder that such resolutions also yielded the requirement of having specialized software for doing so, up to today’s browsers. Being distinguishable in an ever-growing pool of such apps is becoming increasingly difficult. And one cannot help but wonder. Does this latest iteration of Google Chrome has what it takes to compete, or even overtake its competitors?
Armed with an approach that encompasses a design that features simplicity, without having to sacrifice essential browsing features. It promises to provide users with efficient, unhindered navigation, with several extra features here and there, to ensure a smooth ride all the way.
2. Exceptional Features
2.1 Standard, tab-based navigation, coupled with extra features, such as a dedicated task manager, or developer tools
There are several core features that we find essential in any browser and are commonly found in most these days. We’re referring here of course to the use of tabs for controlling the surfing session and all their associated advantages.
However, when going past the essentials, one will be able to also find some extra touches, which although not significant, can make a difference. For instance, out of many, one such feature is the dedicated task manager,. Which can take resource management at a whole new level. Tab-level, basically allowing you to better control the app, by previewing and, if required, terminating one or multiple tabs.
2.2 Incognito mode, for covering privacy, strong pack of pre-defined Google extensions, as well as detailed customization for most requirements
It would be unfair not to mention the presence of the Incognito mode, which although pretty standard these days, is essential to have around.
Last, but certainly not least, we feel that coming pre-packed with several extensions, such as those addressing online Office requirements – Google Docs, Sheets, or Slides, is a smart choice, as there are a number of instances we can think of, that might require their presence. Therefore, having them installed by default, can simplify things considerably.
2.3 Solid presence in today’s Internet browser scene, which lives up to its reputation, by providing simple and reliable performance
Surfing the Web these days can sometimes be quite demanding, and why not, even cumbersome. But actually, it doesn’t have to be like that. Relying on a “Swiss-knife” tool for your online endeavors is more important than you’d think, and we feel that Google Chrome, with its versatile approach, does manage to provide such reliability, making the entire Web-surfing experience a simple and enjoyable one.