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The V8 Java Script virtual machine was considered a sufficiently important project to be split off (as was Adobe/Mozilla's Tamarin) and handled by a separate team in Denmark coordinated by Lars Bak at Aarhus.

The update comes a mere two days after Google re-enabled the integrated Flash Player plug-in by default in the Beta channel after disabling it for some time.

Not only is Google giving Adobe’s Flash technology another vote of confidence (Flash Player 10.1 for Mobile, which was announced earlier this week, will be rolled out on Android 2.2 phones first), but the integration also means any updates to Flash Player will be delivered directly via Google Chrome’s updating system, ultimately minimizing security risks that tend to surface when one uses outdated software and components.

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Google Chrome is also the main component of Chrome OS, where it serves as a platform for running web apps.

Used by 75% of all Internet users, this free and functional browser has exceeded even the most optimistic expectations – at least from the user’s perspective – by reaching its overwhelming supremacy in barely nine years since its first launch in 2008, a time when Firefox and IE shared a solid 90% of all browser usage in almost equal parts.

Something that other browsers won’t offer you – at least not at this scale – is a full set of extensions devoted to accessibility.Despite it has its drawbacks, it is clearly the one users prefer, most probably because of its full and seamless integration and synchronization with your smartphone and any other Android devices.Its continuous yet unobtrusive updates are also worth noting.As for speed, Chrome is one of the fastest options available, thanks not only to a successful software design but also to its perfect use of today’s multi-thread technology and its effective hoarding of as many of your system’s resources as it can put its hands on.This is probably this successful browser’s main drawback – its greediness in terms of memory usage, which makes multitasking problematic in modern computers and simple Internet browsing a true challenge for less gifted PCs.Click on the button to download the flv video of the currently active tab.

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