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Chrome App Launcher Comes to Windows

by S.Roy on July 20, 2013

After months of deliberation, Google has finally released the Chrome App Launcher in the stable version of the Chrome browser for Windows devices. The new feature has been first spotted by Engadget and it helps users launch any Chrome Web app or packaged app directly from the Windows taskbar, even when Chrome is not open.

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Chromoting Remote App Soon to Arrive for Android

by S.Roy on July 19, 2013

Google is reportedly working on a remote desktop app for Chrome for Android. The neat little program is supposed to give users the power to access other systems or even let another user access their computer over the web. The program has been named “Chromoting” and is likely to be offered as a mobile version of the Chrome Remote Desktop which is already available.

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Google Releases Chrome OS 28 Stable Channel

by S.Roy on July 13, 2013

Google has released Chrome OS 28, the latest version of its Chrome operating system, this week and the newest build comes with various tweaks, features and enhancements.

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Chrome Remote Desktop Soon to Arrive as Packaged App

by S.Roy on June 20, 2013

Chrome Remote Desktop, which was actually a plugin for the Chrome browser, is soon to be available as a Chrome Packaged app. Users will be able to launch it right from within the Chrome browser but it will operate more like a standalone program.

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Avoid Spilling Spoilers on Facebook with New Google Chrome Extension

by S.Roy on May 31, 2013

There might be times when you request your Facebook buddies not to reveal spoilers about your favorite movies or television shows – with no success? With a new extension for the Google Chrome browser, titled “Silencer,” you will finally be able to hide all content that can be revealed by those on your Facebook or Twitter follower list.

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Google Brings Two New Games for Chrome Users

by S.Roy on May 30, 2013

Internet giant Google has released two new games as part of its venture “Chrome experiments.” Named as “Racer” and “Roll It”, these games can be played on the Chrome browser on tablets as well as mobile phones. Virtually anything that runs the Chrome web browser, be it a laptop/desktop or an Android or iOS device can play these games.

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Google Brings Pay for In-app Content to Chrome

by S.Roy on May 29, 2013

That Google is working hard to improve hard its Chrome browser is evident to all. And the latest in the series of improvements is the soon-to-be-added support for in-app payments. With this feature, you will soon to be able to pay for content displayed within apps in the Chrome Web Store.

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Spruce Up New Tab Page in Chrome Browser with Eponymous Add-On

by S.Roy on April 22, 2013

The white new tab page in the Google Chrome browser has always tickled your imagination. A new extension for the browser now makes it easier for you to decorate the page with the kind of stuff that you like and find useful.

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Chrome Stops Silent Installation of Malicious Add-ons

by S.Roy on April 18, 2013

With the internet serving more and more functions for you, it becomes necessary to add extensions to your web browser that can make your life easier. The trouble is, mischief makers target many of these add-ons to gain entry into your system. Chrome has recently added a feature to its latest stable version that guards you from these malicious extensions.

What it does is to block the silent installation of extensions in the Chrome browser. This prevents automatic installation of third-party plug-ins like security applications or other programs running on the system. From this week, Chrome will also scan all the extensions that are downloaded to the local drive and inform users whether or not the programs are potentially harmful. While trying to install an add-on, you would be notified like this:

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In the past, many users encountered the misfortune of having malware infecting their system in the form of third-party extensions that were silently installed by the Chrome browser. The present security fix seeks to address this important issue and make add-on installation safer for Chrome users.

In recent months, developers have tried to address many security holes in the Chrome browser and the latest stable versions have come with plenty of bug fixes. Alongside its browser, Google is also constantly striving to make the Chrome OS more secure for users which it hopes would increase the sales of the program.


Chrome OS Likely to Get Redesigned Windows Buttons

by S.Roy on April 13, 2013

With their makers being the same, Chrome and Android are heading in a direction where they may be called cousins. This is no joke – as far as the design is concerned. The latest improvements in the design of the Chrome OS are testimony to the fact.

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