Google Chrome 28 Has Been Officially Released For Linux

Hello Linux Geeksters. Google Chrome 28 has been officially released. It brings a few bug fixes and added the new Blink rendering engine.

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Blink rendering is a WebKit developed by Google and Opera. Google says that the Blink will increase the loading pages speed up to 40%. Google Chrome 28 brings new features only for Windows and Mac, since the developers’s aim for Chrome for Linux was to make it stable.

To download and install the latest Google Chrome, Google Chrome 28 on your Linux system, go to this page.

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