* Users are now being offered with new versions of Google Chrome 13 and Apple Safari 5.1; although they do not bring an abundance of news, but some attractions are still found in them. On the horizon, there is new excitement of competition.
Google Chrome 13 with Instant PagesGoogle keeps spewing high rate of new versions of its web browser. A new version of Google Chrome (Google Chrome 13) has been launched just a few weeks before its third birthday. Google has established itself as a brand in the web vertical but it will be not a great celebration to commemorate the arrival of the new version.
Google Chrome 13 as a brand new product provides instant support for Pages and contains added features compliant with Google search engine. Google Chrome 13 automatically loads front pages from the search result. When the user decides to move them, it displays pages much faster than before. The result appears within a few seconds; hence it is more pleasant to work with search engine.
Google Chrome 13 further provides the users and the developers with sufficient time and an equally long preview function before printing. If the user decides to print a web article, it displays the article with a print preview along with settings option. One can choose the printer and the print range respectively, number of pages, number of copies, duplex printing, distribution of printed page (portrait, landscape), or switch between monochrome and color printing.
Google Chrome 13 finally supports print preview
Nice new feature has the ability to print to PDF file, which is very handy alternative to store complete websites for later viewing offline. In addition to adding new features Google repaired and found bugs, including security. Google Chrome 13 brings three dozen patches. Fourteen of them are rated as highly important.
Safari 5.1 with better securityAnother novelty in the field of web browsers is Safari 5.1, which is again available for both home Mac OS X and MS Windows. Apple worked on the security of your browser and users of the new Mac OS X 10.7, codenamed Lion is now safe to surf the web offers a sandbox too. This isolates web pages viewed by the system and should thus keeping at bay the marauding code pages, which, for example, attempted to take control over the system.
A novelty in the field of security is also there as new Privacy tab in the browser settings. Apple moved to a place to set cookies and transfer of information on the location, added button to immediately delete the data stored on disk and web sites to the data, especially cookies are also can be managed typically. The user can delete cookies and cache only for selected pages.
A brand new feature is the Reading List, where you can save links to interesting articles that the user wants to read later. Add this page to the list, you can use the new button with the glasses on the bar tabs. This also shows and hides the sidebar, which links to the articles to read later. Always there is the article title, icon and name the source site and a snippet from the article.
Safari 5.1 brings Reading List, so that the user can return to an interesting article later when it suits him.
In other news we can mention the automatic renewal of the previous session. Under Mac OS X 10.7 it is done automatically, under other systems it can be activated in your browser settings. New Mac OS X 10.7 aka Lion is then related news such as the display mode is full screen, browser controls the multi-touch gestures and hardware accelerated canvas.
Firefox 6.0 with better privacyMozilla announced that new Firefox 6 comes out on August 16, 2011. What users can look forward to? Administrator privileges look interesting. From one place, go to specific sites prevent or allow the storage of passwords, cookies, logging or forwarding of information on the geographic location, causing pop-ups. It also offers quick access to manage stored passwords or stored cookies can also be easily and quickly removed.
Administrator privileges, the main novelty in Firefox 6, lies beneath about: permissions.
As a preventive protection against various fraudulent websites with the new address bar will highlight domain on the web page will run. The Add-In Manager returns a reference to the timeliness of service enabling check of installed plug-ins. For developers new tool is ready scratchpad to be a better alternative to the command line between the popular Firebug developers.