Google Chrome adds in a feature called Incognito which allows users to browse websites without saving history on the computer, this feature is similar to the one available in Internet Explorer 8 Beta 2.
Opening a private or incognito session in Google Chrome is quite easy, you can either use the shortcut key Ctrl + Shift + N or choose the Open New incognito window from the menu.
The new window that opens up will not store any data to the search and browsing history.
Google Chrome is out and it is already making waves with its simplicity and ease of use. Read our first impressions about Google Chrome if you haven’t done it already. While we definitely see many people who would love to use Google Chrome, you can easily port your Firefox and Internet Explorer data to Google Chrome, including your bookmarks / favorites, passwords, search engines and history.
By default Google Chrome asks users if they want to import data from Firefox, but if you skipped it or want to import data from Internet Explorer into Google Chrome, here is a simple way on how you can do it.
Related: Tools to synchronize bookmarks / favorites between browsers.
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Google Chrome is out for downloads and having been a early adopter, its already installed on our PC. The first thing we noticed about Google Chrome is that it is very lightweight and lightning fast, much better than any other browser available today.
We tried out Gmail on this box and it was really really fast, so was Google Reader, Facebook, twitter and other websites we regularly visit. Here are our first impressions about Google chrome
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Google has finally opened up the gates for the latest web browser Google Chrome. The browser can be downloaded by visiting http://www.google.com/chrome.
The browser looks good so far, will be posting a review about it shortly, till then you can try it out for yourself. Unfortunately the browser is only available for Windows users, other OS users will have to wait for some more time.
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Google announced the launch of Google Chrome which is a web browser that is supposed to add more value to and help drive innovation on the web. With Google Chrome web applications can be opened in chromeless windows, without menus and toolbars, much like in Mozilla Prism. The browser will also include Gears, a set of APIs already available for IE, Firefox and Safari.
Google has also included a comic book where they describe the workings of Google Chrome.
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