Google has released two new versions of Chrome, version 10 for beta users and version 11 for developers. With the six week update schedule of Google these new releases come as milestones given the fact that the software has the auto- update mechanism that goes unnoticed.
However there are significant features coming up with the new beta. The top spot is occupied by the faster java script “Crankshaft” version. The story of Chrome 10is that there is hardware-accelerated video, which can increase the computing efficiency and save battery life, settings controls that move from a pop-up dialog box to a browser tab and password synchronization among the different installations of chrome.
As for the Chrome 11 Google isn’t talking much. But it looks like they are about to include an interesting feature called “chromting”, which lets a chrome browser remotely take over another machine over a network. Its not unlike LogMeln or other remote …
With promise for higher standards and performance, the Release Candidate of Internet Explorer 9 is now available. Microsoft has announced the launch of IE9 RC at http://www.BeautyOfTheWeb.com in 40 languages. With over 17,000 feed backs and guidelines from more than 25 million beta testers, IE9 RC comes with a faster script engine and better compiler optimizations.
The RC has an improved play over the beta with support for emerging Web standards like CSS3 2D Transforms, HTML5 Geolocation and HTML5 elements. The version has accessibility to the audio and video controls of HTML5 as well. The privacy improvements of IE are well-featured in IE9 RC. In addition to an opt-in Tracking Protection,a Tracking Protection List is also provided.
IE9 RC functions on Windows Vista and Windows 7 but does not support Windows XP models.Microsoft has assured that the final IE9 will be available soon; as for now users can download the 32-bit or 64-bit versions …