Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Browsing at Warp Speed: Your Guide to Chrome

Browsing at Warp Speed: Your Guide to Chrome!

Learn everything you could hope to learn about Google’s browser. It’s all outlined in “Browsing at Warp Speed: Your Guide to Chrome!”. This free manual, from author Lachlan Roy, covers the basics of using Google Chrome and also outlines more than a few advanced tricks.

In 2008, Google released a comic book talking about something radically different: a new browser built from the ground up with new technologies to work with the web applications which were becoming commonplace. When it was first released, Chrome was a big deal. It was a different beast to the other browsers: it focused on browsing – it got out of your way and let you look at the webpage. If you didn’t know what you were looking for, it made it really easy for you to explore while remaining as unobtrusive as possible.

We’re four years on now, and Chrome is better than ever. Other browsers have improved too, but Chrome is still arguably the best web browser out there for… well… browsing!

If you want to learn everything about using Chrome–from the basics to advanced tips and tricks, download this manual now.

This manual offers you:
  • A brief history of Google Chrome
  • Reasons to use Google Chrome
  • How to install Google Chrome on Windows, Mac and Ubuntu computers
  • The basics of using Google Chrome
  • Keyboard, mouse and trackpad shortcuts for using Chrome
  • The best extensions for customizing your Chrome experience
  • Chrome hacks, including starting your browsing in Incognito mode and accessing experimental features

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