More posts about “windows”

Google Chrome 64 Bit Windows Builds Hit Beta

Google has brought native 64 bit builds of Chrome for Windows to beta channel users, two months after debuting builds on the developer channel.

31 July 2014

This is Why Chrome’s Font Rendering Suddenly Looks Better on Windows

If you're running the latest beta build of Google Chrome you may have noticed that fonts suddenly look a whole lot nicer than they used to. Why? Find out.

22 July 2014

Why Using Chrome on Windows Literally Sucks (Battery, that is)

An innocuous sounding setting in Google Chrome is causing the app to chow down as much as 25% more battery power than rival web browsers on Windows.

16 July 2014

Better Late Than Never: Google Finally Brings 64-bit Chrome to Windows

Google has finally released native 64-bit builds of Chrome for Windows 7 and 8, albeit as development builds aimed at developers and brave testers.

4 June 2014

Samsung, HP To Launch All-In-One Chrome PCs This Year?

Digitimes, the oracle of technology future, has spoken: more all-in-one Chrome OS PCs are on the way, this time from Samsung and HP.

14 March 2014

Microsoft Planning To Create ‘Bingbook’ Rival to Chrome OS?

Microsoft is reportedly experimenting with a free version of Windows 8.1 called 'Windows 8.1 with Bing'.

28 February 2014

Hands On With Chrome’s New App Launcher Folders Feature

Remember that nifty folder feature we told you was winging its way to Chrome's App Launcher? Well, it's landed in the latest builds of Chromium OS, albeit hidden behind a flag.

14 November 2013

Google To Stop Windows Users Installing Chrome Extensions From Outside Web Store

Google has announced a new approach in their fight against malware in Chrome on Windows - one that will restrict the way in which extensions are installed.

7 November 2013

New Chrome Message Center Lands in Chrome Beta for Windows

Google has added a new Message Centre to the latest beta channel build of Chrome for Windows.

23 May 2013