If you are a fan of Google, you’ll love Google Chrome. Its Omnibox will let you perform your Google searches without opening an exclusive tab for it, it will connect you with all your other devices through your Google account, and it will update itself discreetly every now and then. Besides, you can enrich this free and functional browser with a wide array of extensions and accessibility features.
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. I guess that Google’s supremacy in the realm of the search engines and its perfect integration with Android devices via the user’s Google account made all the difference.
In the interface design area, Chrome is not much different from the rest of its competitors. Actually, it’s not the nicest of them all – think of Opera’s beautiful themes and speed dial, for instance – but that doesn’t seem to detract from its popularity. Actually, many users believe that a browser should be as discreet and invisible as possible, and leave all the glamor to the web pages themselves. Chrome’s tabs are, however, really nice both to use and look at, with a design that, in terms of usability, surpasses all the rest. more
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