Google yesterday(26) released the version 37 of Chrome , whose emphasis is on support DirectWrite, a technique that improves the appearance of rendered fonts. But this is not the only big news: the sly, the company also released the first stable version (final) 64-bit Chrome for Windows 7:08. A previous novelty was made available in June in Dev
The month of August started with good news for owners of Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) handsets: Google Now Launcher received an update to include support officer at all (or almost) devices with this or with the following versions of the platform. Until then, users only models like Nexus 5 or devices offered via Google Play could count on the app.
Two months after being released as experimental software in the Dev channel and Canary, the first 64-bit version of Chrome for Windows reached the beta stage. The novelty is available for any user who uses the 7:08 versions of the operating system (since 64-bit, obviously). Unlike the Canary version, the beta 64-bit Chrome can not coexist with
Google! Need I say/write any more? Prior to the late 90′s none of us had heard of Google, now it as though our world wide web searches are all but in their hands. As of 2007, the company has estimated to run a million servers around the world, with about 24 petabytes of “user generated
Although Orkut has ceased to be the most popular social network in the internet, in Brazil it has the largest number of active users in the world. And after the announcement of the closure of its activities to September 30, many questions arised about the topic. Read below for questions sent in by readers. System