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Unlike other modern web browsers, which can only run one process at a time, Google Chrome will give each tab its own process. This speeds up overall performance and saves the entire browser from crashing when one tab causes problems.
The multi-process design requires more memory allocation up front but less memory over time as users tend to multitask. It also prevents your computer from slowing down after you browse for an extended period of time and open/close lots of tabs.
[edited by: Brett_Tabke at 2:31 pm (utc) on Sep. 3, 2008]
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the only people who will know about this will be the kind of tech nerds (snip)
... but add to that everyone who might get pestered and/or sold on it by all the Google services they use. Google has an advantage over FF because they manage to put lots of words in front of eyeballs every day. Can you imagine if they put a serious-looking "update your browser" message in the top spot of every Adsense block?
Fast but rendering is very choppy for a page I am testing it on compare to IE, Firefox, Safari and Opera.
[edited by: amznVibe at 7:12 pm (utc) on Sep. 2, 2008]
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US) AppleWebKit/525.13 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/0.2.149.27 Safari/525.13
I'm taking this in 2 ways: QA chrome, report broken sites to google which could potentially impact rankings and even quality score for AdWords.
Has anyone else thought about this or read anything more on this feature?
What I don't like
- It phoning home with every single click I make. Will I use it for anything other than my little laptop because of this? Doubtful.