The Linux version of the browser by Google
Google burst into the browser war when only Microsoft and Mozilla were battling it out with their Internet Explorer and Firefox browsers, respectively. Google introduced Google Chrome, which immediately started to gain users thanks to its innovation and stability.
Innovation at the user's service
Despite arriving on Linux later than on other platforms, Google Chrome has also created a niche among its users. On this operating system, the browser recreates the features that have made it one of the favorite options among users, such as its browsing by independent tabs, its support for add-ons or the home page with thumbnails of webs. Together with its usability, Google Chrome stands out for its speed and stability, undergoing many updates on behalf of its developers.
Stable, quick and secure. That's Google Chrome.
- High speed when starting up and loading web pages.
- Compatibility with the main web standards.
- Possibility to expand functions by means of add-ons.
- Greater stability as its tabs run on independent processes.
- Secure browsing that warns the user about the danger of accessing certain webs.
- Integrated translator.
- Download manager.
The future of browsers
Google Chrome increasingly integrates more and more functions that make it a tool that goes further beyond web browsing. It allows you to log in with your user account for Google services, and in turn it fully integrates with the latter. It's already possible to carry out functions and tasks that not so long ago were inconceivable for a browser, like playing, for example.
Download Google Chrome for Linux and take a look at the future of browsing.
- Only compatible with systems based on Ubuntu/Debian.
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