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Everybody was surprised when Google decided to release a new web browser by the name of Google Chrome. Google claimed it was easy, fast and very usable, and that's exactly what we checked for when we downloaded and tested this amazing web browser.

The address box is called Omnibox, that prefix Omni tells you that you can do everything from within that box. In fact, you just have to type the internet address you want to access or the word you want to search, it doesn't matter. Then, you can simply choose if you want to search for the word or access the website.

Google Chrome is also ahead in terms of security. It warns you if you try to access potentially dangerous sites. It's fast and clean, the colors give you a good sensation when using it. Run apps in new tabs, open as many tabs as you want, see a list of the most visited websites and access them by clicking their thumbnails.

Finally, it should be mentioned that it uses WebKit, and it works great. With a doubt, Google Chrome is currently one of the most popular web browsers and for good reason.
By Beatriz Escalante
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