Chrome 10 Beta Promises “Speed, Sync and Settings”

  • Share
  • Read Later

In honor of the Year of the Rabbit, Google Chrome announced its newest beta release today, which features a new version of the V8 JavaScript engine that’s proven to be 66 percent faster than the version in Chrome 9.

In addition to JavaScript that’s as fast as a bunny rabbit and GPU-accelerated video, Chrome 10 also simplifies a user’s browser experience by allowing the synching of passwords, bookmarks, preferences, themes and extensions across multiple computers. Users will also notice a reworked settings interface that opens in a new tab and is easily navigable through the search bar. See the demo below:


Keep in mind that Chrome 10 is currently only available in the beta channel. But as WebMonkey reports, it should be released to the masses in just six weeks.

More on Techland:

5 Google Demo Slams Worth Watching

Want to Make An Easy $20K? Crack Google Chrome

The Eric Schmidt Era: Google 2001 vs. Google 2011