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I have been using Google Chrome for about 3-5 months now and it really lives up to my standards. On my computer it takes a while to open but I'm not sure if that is the same on others. Once it is open when you don't have a homepage it opens with a page that has your most visited sites your recently closed tabs and bookmarks. You can have a bookmarks "bar" so that once you drag a site to the bookmarks bar that site is only one click away! This page also opens when you open a new tab. The address bar is just a standard one but it comes with a little twist , It is also a search bar for google so instead of going to google to search for something you can just type in the address bar what you want to search and hit enter! Google chrome overall is a really quick browser. You can also change the skin on it so instead of having the plain boring default skin you can have a gun metal one or wood or anything else you want.
I hope this review was very helpful and I encourage you to download Google chrome as It also downloads within 1 minute :)
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Google's hot new Chrome browser, this authoritative guide begins with a thorough tour and explains how it is different from previous browsers, how it's designed to be faster and more stable, and how it's optimized for a new world of rich, highly interactive Web applications. Full description
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series. Volume 1 of this series explained how to setup and use a new Google Chromebook Computer and many of the Google Services that are available free from Google. If you are new to the Chrome OS and need helpful information on how to setup a new Google Account and other Google Services such as Gmail, Google Docs, and Google Drive, then Volume 1 of this series is the book you should start with. This book, Volume 2, contains all new material not included in the first volume. It includes new material that expands upon some of the topics introduced in the first volume, but the major portion of Volume 2 introduces entirely new topics such as Google+ and Photo Editing using the free photo editing capabilities built into the Chrome environment. Here is a list of the top-level topics covered in Volume 2: Using External Devices with Your Chromebook Computer Using an External Hard Drive Connecting to Ethernet Using a Mouse and Keyboard with Your Chromebook Using an External Monitor with Your Chromebook Using Goggle Authenticator Hosting a Website Using Google Drive Sharing Files Using Google Drive Setting Up a Google Cloud Print Enabled Printer Setting Up and Using Google+ Editing and Sharing Photos from Your Mobile Device Editing Photos Using the Powerful Editing Features Included in Google+ Whether you have just bought your first Chromebook or whether you have been using the Chrome web browser for some time, you will learn something, perhaps a lot, from this book.