The Google Chrome developers at Google proudly announced last evening, August 2nd, the stable release and immediate availability for download of the Google Chrome 13 web browser for Linux, Windows, Macintosh and Chrome Frame platforms.
The new Google Chrome 13 web browser includes various exciting new features, such as the highly anticipated Instant Pages prerendering technology.
"Today, we’re happy to let you know that Instant Pages is on by default in the latest stable version of Chrome. This means that sometimes when you click a Google search result in Chrome, the page will appear to load much faster than before. How much faster? In the video below, you can see a side by side comparison of Chrome with and without Instant Pages enabled." - was stated in the official announcement.
Highlights of Google Chrome 13.0.782.107:
· Instant Pages; · Print preview; · Print to PDF option; · Improved omnibox; · Lots of bugs fixed; · Improved overall stability.
Google Chrome 13 under Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty Narwhal)
Print to PDF in Google Chrome 13
Google Chrome 13 extensions
As usual, the new Google Chrome 13 web browser contains numerous bugfixes, which can be viewed on the official blog announcement, here.
Google Chrome 13.0.782.107 is available for both 32-bit and 64-bit architectures with binary packages for the Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty Narwhal) operating system and various other RPM-based distributions.
Google Chrome is a revolutionary web browser that makes surfing the Internet more efficient and ergonomic by placing modules on each new opened tab.
Instead of showing a blank page, Google Chrome offers you eight thumbnails, displaying the most visited websites, a history search bar and even the last ten closed tabs.
Google Chrome is extremely fast, from the moment you open it until it is closed. It’s available for the Ubuntu platform!