Latest Google Chrome beta brings improved security and privacy

On May 13, 2011, in Uncategorized, by Mike Jefferson

We’ve learnt today that Google is preparing a new version of its popular web browser Google Chrome, and according to reports, this new version should enhance both privacy and security for all Chrome users.

The latest beta of Google Chrome is full of improvements and most of those changes are related to your privacy and security, however, there are changes related to rendering engine as well, so Google Chrome will now support hardware-accelerated 3D CSS. This means that we’ll have improved performance while surfing websites with 3D CSS effects. Besides 3D CSS, we’ll also get an improved Safe Browsing feature that can now protect us from malicious files.

As for your privacy is vital, Chrome will allow you to delete Flash Local Shared Objects so you can keep control over your online privacy. We also have to mention that Google Gears plug-in has been removed because it has been made redundant with HTML5.

Latest Chrome beta has a lot to offer, so if you’re interested, you can get it from Google Chrome beta channel, but be warned, its not a stable release.

[via Ubergizmo]

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