Google Updated Chrome for Windows 8

Google has updated Chrome for Windows 8 with features that essentially converts the browser app into a Chrome OS. The app brings a new user interface that allows for creating multiple browser windows and arranging them using a snap to right or left of the display. The new mode, called ‘Metro’, also makes it easier to access Gmail, Google, Docs and YouTube. Google has redesigned Chrome to work well with the touch-friendly Windows 8 OS, which has been primarily developed to cater to tablet users. The Chrome ‘Metro’ mode presents the keyboard automatically, and also includes the ability to navigate and resize windows within the Chrome OS-like environment.

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