Thursday, August 04, 2011

Google Chrome 13 Entered Stable Channel

Just when Firefox is about to release their major update (Firefox 6), Google has taken a step ahead by releasing Google Chrome 13 into the stable channel. This means that it's marked stable enough for most users and they will get the update through the update built-in feature.

What's the new feature in this version? One of the most interesting feature is Instant Pages. It's like a read-ahead or prefetch technology that tried to fetch links that are likely to be clicked by the users and when they do, it will be displayed in an instant.

Google Chrome 13 also fixed lots of bug fixes, including security vulnerabilities through Chromium Security Reward Program.

Thanks to Google and all the developers who have worked so hard to make it even better and users will have more options regarding the default browsers to be used in their machine.


  1. I love chrome and the best part is they're pushing updates like crazy. Firefox tried to compete with the speed of updates but failed and ended up with huge number of memory leaks. On my MAC FF sucks 500+ Megs with only 1-2 tabs.

  2. try 150 tabs and you will see that FF beats Google Chrome