Google Chrome 8 With Full Hardware Acceleration – Developer Version Is Out!

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Google Chrome is one of the most developed browsers Internet destinations worldwide. Two years ago, it had its premiere of the first edition of the browser, and is currently available is the eighth, but this is only an early test release. Stable version of Chrome is still six. In the eighth version of Chrome producer puts on full hardware acceleration – is a response to “ridicule” from Microsoft.

Google Chrome 6 Web browser was released in the two years after the first version

That Is looming large on the Head of state the Internet Explorer 9, which was refreshed in many ways, but one of the most important news, is full hardware acceleration.

Microsoft made Internet Explorer 9 Beta for all concerned. Microsoft did not hesitate to boast about the fact that it will be the only browser on the market with full support for hardware acceleration.

Why does Internet Explorer 9 will not work in Windows XP? Google released a test version with a Chrome 8.0.552.0. The Developer version App support accelerated graphics card (GPU), but for now we cannot count on the full use of the technology (and even the default is off), because they are elements that should and are not yet supported by the Chrome 8. Browser uses WebGL support for 3D and it is possible to handle in its shop Internet called Chrome Web Store.

Note: To turn on hardware acceleration in Google Chrome 8 should be entered in the address field about: labs and then click on Enable in GPU Accelerated 2D Canvas.

Website where you can download the Google Chrome developer version of the 8 (a version for advanced users, it may contains errors)

UPDATE: Google Chrome has been updated. Download the latest Google Chrome 8.0.552.215 or Google Chrome 9.0.597.10 Beta.

Also check out and download the new Chrome OS from Google which has everything built into a web browser console.

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