SCHAPPY — 3. September 2008, 9:26

Chrome is here

Google’s new Internet Browser “Chrome” is available. And it is fast — really fast. Tabbed browsing works on process-basis, i.e. each tab runs as an isolated process consuming approximately 20-30 MB of main memory. This may be an evidence for a stable system architecture. Settings are imported seamlessly from existing Firefox profiles. Let’s have some fun with this new piece of software 😉

PS.: When you kill the according process you receive this nice image. Obviously the architecture IS stable 😉

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