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Why You should Love Google Chrome 5 Beta!

Google finally released its 5th version of Google Chrome which claimed 30% more better performance and of course faster than other old version. This version can be used in Window,Mac and Linux.
There is some of  new features include in this new version, such as:
Faster – Google loves speed!
Sync – Able to synchronize bookmarks, themes, homepage, startup settings, web content settings, preferred languages and zoom settings across multiple computers.
HTML5 – Geolocation APIs, App Cache, web sockets, and file drag-and-drop. You can now drag and drop attachments in Gmail right from your desktop.
Bookmark Manager – Facelift so that it run inside Chrome tab like the Extension and Downloads tab.
Extensions in Incognito – You can now enable each extension to work in incognito mode through the extensions manager.
Adobe Flash Player integration – Adobe Flash Player has not been included yet because the Chrome developer team are waiting for Adobe to release Flash Player 10.1, then only the integration will take place.
Believe it or not, google claims the speed even more faster than lighting and sound. Here the video:

My two cents:

I am using Google Chrome version 5 now and stop to use Firefox. I don’t know what happen to my Firefox, it seem has a lot of problem and will pop up a error message then close all the Firefox browser. My guess is due to plugins that install to my Firefox that make it unstable. Who know?

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