Chrome for Mac is finally getting faster, using less memory and improving its power usage, changes in the latest development build for Mac OSX show.
Google Chrome’s power management problems in OS X are far from subtle, with some stats showing it reduces battery life by as much as 3 hours versus Safari. The one-time lightweight browser has become weighty around the edges […]
If you dream of being able to install Mac OS X on a Chromebook it is time to open your eyes. Someone has done it. In another case of “because why not?”, developer ‘Coolstar’ has […]
Mac users are to be better protected against malicious Chrome extensions, Google has announced.
The latest developer channel release of Google Chrome for Mac features some much needed improvements to the way 'Hosted Apps' run and integrate with OS X.
Google Chrome for Mac is now 64-bit only, a move that will lead to better performance, security and general stability of the browser in OS X from here on in.
Still rocking an early Intel Macbook or iMac? If so, you might want to grab the nearest rock and hide underneath: you're about to become Chromeless.
Are you using the Google Chrome Canary or Dev Channel on your Mac? There's a 64-bit surprise for you.
Chrome Apps are great, but if there is one drawback to using them on Windows and Mac OS X it's that they quit when Chrome does.
Mac users on the Google Chrome Canary channel can take advantage of deeper system integration.
Mac users will soon be able to hide the Chrome Notification Centre icon from the OS X menu bar.
Fed up of accidentally quitting Chrome on OS X using the Cmd+Q shortcut? Mac builds of the browser offer a built-in 'exit guard' that is worth enabling.