Google Chrome Browser aims to be secure, fast, simple and stable. Google Chrome have a minimalist user interface. Many of Chrome’s unique features had been previously announced by other browser developers, but Google Chrome was the first to implement and publicly release them.
Main Features of Google Chrome
- Signing in
Chrome is designed to be as simple as possible. Google Chrome gets out of the way of the web so you can focus on what you want to do on the web.
- Easy search and Navigation
When you want to go on the web with chrome all you do is type and find what you are looking for. That’s why Chrome just has one box – the Omnibox – where you can both search the web and navigate to sites. It autocompletes as you type and offers suggestions.
- Managing Tabs Efficiently
With multi-process architecture of Google Chrome, you can can easily be moved by drag & drop and rearrange tabs or open a hundred tabs without slowing Chrome down. You can also pin your favorite tabs to the tabstrip so that they appear in the same place every time you launch Chrome.
- Built-in PDF viewer
Google Chrome has a built-in PDF viewer. It can load PDFs in a snap without needing to install software or a plug-in. It’s easy to resize, save, and print PDFs.
- Tab to Search
When you want browse YouTube.com… Just type youtube.com into the Omnibox and hit tab to search YouTube directly. You can easily set up keywords for your favorite sites.
- Start where you left off
When you close Google Chrome, the tabs will be saved, so you can continue later where you left off.
Google Chrome aims to be the fastest web browser. It is quick to start up from your own desktop, loads web pages quickly and performs complex web applications with lightning speed.
- Fast to run Web applications
- Fast to search and navigate
Chrome users enter search queries in the big box at the top of the browser, which is called the Omnibox, they go directly to Google search results. The Omnibox provides suggestions for searches and web addresses as you type, as well as auto-completion functionality.
- Fast to load web pages
Google Chrome is powered by the WebKit open source rendering engine, and loads web pages very quickly.
Built-in malware and phishing protection, and many other safety features make Google Chrome the safest browser around. Automatic updates to make sure you have all the latest security fixes.
- Safe Browsing
With Safe Browsing technology enabled in Chrome, if you encounter a website suspected of containing phishing or malware as you browse the web, Chrome will warn you about this.
Sandboxing tries prevent malware from installing itself on your computer. The sandbox adds an additional layer of protection against malicious web pages that try to leave programs on your computer, monitor your web activities, or steal private information from your hard drive.
- Automatic updates
Google Chrome automatically updates itself to make sure you’re running the safest and best optimized version of Chrome.
Google Chrome puts you in control of your private information and helps you to protect the information you share online.
- Privacy Preferences
You can choose your privacy preferences for Google Chrome under “Settings” on the “advanced settings” tab in the “Privacy” section.
- Incognito Mode
If you don’t want your website visits or downloads to be recorded in your browsing and download histories, incognito mode allow you to that. In addition, any cookies created in incognito mode erased when you close all open incognito windows. You can use incognito mode without making any changes to Privacy setting.
- Clearing Your Browsing Data
You can clear your browsing data at any time so that browsing information is not stored in your browser.
- Customize Privacy Preferences by Websites
- Opting Out of Ad Personalization
Advertisers personalize your ads, so that you see ads you are interested in. Advertising companies that are members of theNetwork Advertising Initiative (NAI) and other self-regulatory efforts allow you to opt out of this personalization. Google Chrome allows you to maintain your opt-out status for the browser permanently even when you clear all cookies by installing the “Keep My Opt-Outs” Chrome extension.
There are many of ways to customize Google Chrome individually. You can easy make individual settings and add apps, extensions, and themes from the Chrome Web Store.
Apps from the Chrome Web Store use powerful new web technologies to give you the best productivity, education, and gaming experiences.
Extensions are custom tools that let allow you to more more with Chrome, like control your music, take screenshots, and share sites with friends, no matter where you are on the web.
You can install themes made by top artists from the Chrome Web Store, or you can make your own theme on mychrometheme.com.
- Adding New Users
if you share a computer with other people? You don’t want your bookmarks, apps, and extensions getting mixed up with everyone else’s, and you don’t want your Google Chrome stuff syncing to all their devices. Adding new users, each have your own Google Chrome experience, and allows you each sign in to Google Chrome to sync your stuff.
…go to Options (Preferences on a Mac), click “Personal Stuff,” and click “Add new user.”
Bookmarks, search history and other settings will be available on all your computers by signing in with Google Chrome. It also automatically signs you in to all other Google services.
- Taking the Web with you
By signing in to Chrome, you will have access to your bookmarks, apps, history, and other settings with all your devices. Anything you update on one device instantly updates everywhere. You can take it anywhere with you with knowing they are safe no matter what!
When you add an app on your computer, you will be able access it on all your devices.
Your Chrome theme will be with you anywhere.
All your Custom features will also be available on all your computers.
You can fill out forms faster on all your computers.
Recover your saved passwords when you need them.
You can go to your favorite sites, no matter where you are.