This morning, I read on the Straits Times about the new browser by Google called Chrome. Upon reaching the office, I installed it on my office laptop and tried it.
And my, it simply blazes!
Websites load so fast! The window is so clean and clutter-free, maximising the entire window to display the web.
I was surprised how a web browser can improve surfing speed. All along I thought it depends on the bandwidth of the Internet. While the webpage source code does affect somewhat, I didn't know that Chrome could optimise the performance so well.
Do I care what bells and whistles that Chrome has or has not compared to Firefox or IE? I don't. The primary purpose of a web browser is to browse the web. Period. Chrome does it so quick. At least for those websites that I frequently visit.
After 5 minutes, I am sold.
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