Google Chrome runs websites and applications with lightning speed. Chrome is the lightweight flagship browser that originated from an open-source project by Google called Chromium and Chromium OS. It is now ...
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Why use Google Chrome? Google Chrome is a web browser that aims to deliver a fast and simple Internet navigation mode while bundling several powerful features, such as bookmarks, synchronization, privacy mode, extensions, themes, automatic web page translation, and some more.
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Google Chrome runs websites and applications with lightning speed.
It's free and installs in seconds. For Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 and 10.
Google Chrome launches in a snap.
Google Chrome loads web pages quickly.
Search the web right from the address bar.
Why use Google Chrome?
The web browser is arguably the most important piece of software on your computer. You spend much of your time online inside a browser: When you search, chat, email, shop, bank, read the news, and watch videos online, you often do all this using a browser.
Chrome is designed to be fast in every possible way. It's quick to start up from your desktop, loads web pages in a snap, and runs complex web applications lightning fast.
Chrome's browser window is streamlined, clean and simple. For example, you can search and navigate from the same box and arrange tabs however you wish -- quickly and easily.
Chrome is designed to keep you safer and more secure on the web with built-in malware and phishing protection, auto-updates to make sure you have all the latest security fixes, and more.
Chrome puts you in control of your private information while helping protect the information you share when you’re online.
There are tons of ways to customize Chrome and make it yours. It's easy to tweak your settings and add apps, extensions, and themes from the Chrome Web Store.
Signing in to Chrome brings your bookmarks, history, and other settings to all your computers. It also automatically signs you in to all your favorite Google services.
And more features
Chrome has many useful features built in, including extensions, translation in the browser, themes, and more.
Explore Chrome's most-loved features
Here is a creative interpretation of some of Chrome's most-loved features:
Customize your browser with themes from artists around the world.
New Tab page
Visit your favorite websites easily from the New Tab page. When you open a new tab, the sites you visit most often are readily available.
Use the Omnibox to type both web addresses and searches in Chrome.
When you don't want your website visits to be recorded in your browser history, you can browse in incognito mode.
Tabs and Stability
Chrome is built for stability. If an individual tab freezes or crashes, the other tabs are unaffected. You can also arrange your tabs however you wish -- quickly and easily.
Google Chrome and Browser Security
Google Chrome includes features to help protect you and your computer from malicious websites as you browse the web. Chrome uses technologies such as Safe Browsing, sandboxing, and auto-updates to help protect you against phishing and malware attacks.
Chrome will show you a warning message before you visit a site that is suspected of containing malware or phishing.
A phishing attack takes place when someone masquerades as someone else to trick you into sharing personal or other sensitive information with them, usually through a fake website. Malware, on the other hand, is software installed on your machine often without your knowledge, and is designed to harm your computer or potentially steal information from your computer.