Google Chrome 80 is a fast, free and easy to use web browser that’s built for the modern web. It combines a minimal design with sophisticated technology to make the web safer.
It has one box for everything. Type in the address bar and get suggestions for both search and web pages.
That will give you thumbnails of your top sites. Access your favorite pages instantly with lightning speed from any new tab.
It is an open source web browser developed by Google. Design goals include stability, speed, security and a clean, simple and efficient user interface.
Google Chrome 80 Features
Speed – Speed improvements are a primary design goal.
Privacy – Google announces a so-called incognito mode claiming that it “lets you browse the web in complete privacy because it doesn’t record any of your activity”.
Sandboxing – Every tab in Google Chrome is sandboxed. So that a tab can display contents of a web page and accept user input – But it will not be able to read the user’s desktop or personal files.
Multiprocessing – The Gears team were considering a multithreaded browser and Chrome implemented this concept with a multiprocessing architecture.
Rendering Engine – The browser uses the WebKit rendering engine on advice from the Gears team because it is simple, memory efficient, useful on embedded devices and easy to learn for new developers.
Features – Added some commonly used plugin-specific features of other browsers into the default package – Such as an Incognito tab mode, where no logs of the user activity are stored, and all cookies from the session are discarded.
Tabs – While all of the major tabbed web browsers (e.g. Internet Explorer, Firefox) have been designed with the window as the primary container, Chrome will put tabs first (similar to Opera). The most immediate way this will show is in the user interface. Tabs will be at the top of the window, instead of below the controls.
Download Google Chrome Offline Version 80.0
Homepage – http://www.google.com/chrome/