Google Chrome’s progress in terms of Browser Market Share is growing ever since it came out of Beta. Being a google product, most internet users at first used it for “testing” purpose, but lack of any available extensions, plugins and add-ons (as in Firefox) always limited its share in the market. Now with the gradually increasing maturity of the browser, google team is now determined to get its shortfalls and shortcomings met with every other update of google chrome. Now Chrome also supports the RSS Feature which it was lacking all this while. With this continued improvement in Chrome and with introduction of new features every now and again to it, other internet software and application developers have started to integrate Google Chrome Support in their products.
One such instance is that of a very commonly used Internet Privacy application called CCleaner. The latest version (version 2.15) of this free and compact Internet privacy application has added Google Chrome to its list of supported browsers, along with other browsers such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera and Safari.
According to Downloads.com, CCleaner reaches much deeper in Chrome than what it does in Opera and Safari, cleaning the download history as well as the saved form information in addition to cookies, Internet cache and internet history.
This step of including Chrome to its list from CCleaner is to be welcomed, they are amongst one of the first big developers to have support for Google Chrome. Well, we can only hope that other developers would also follow suit and make their applications and products keeping Google Chrome in mind as well.
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