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Submitted by -Mezzo- 996d ago | news

Google: Chrome has gotten 26 percent faster this year

Cnet - In its latest speed report, the Chrome team says benchmarks show the popular browser continuing to get faster. (Google Chrome, Software)

-Mezzo-  +   996d ago
As a Chrome User myself, i approve this.
gaffyh  +   996d ago
I can't really tell, but it's always seemed fast enough to me. Only issue I used to have with it was that it tended to crash the flash player on Youtube, but that issue seems to have been fixed now.
wishingW3L  +   995d ago
on my 1GB of Ram and crappy Atom netbook Chrome is the only browser that works fine. All the the other and that includes IE9 and Firefox they are just too slow and laggy.

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