Google Chrome for desktop computers (that means laptops, too, by the way) is getting a big update today. On the official blog, the Chrome team at Google has announced Google Chrome 27 that patches several major security holes as well as performance enhancement. The new version of Chrome, as Google claims it, loads pages 5% faster than the previous ones.
Google thanks a new smarter behind-the-scene resource scheduling for the faster page loading on the new version of Chrome. 5% faster page loading may not seem much for starters, but when you compare with the number of pages you load on your browser every day, the reduction of page load does make a big difference.
Google Chrome 27 addresses a total of 14 security holes as well as minor improvements to search suggestions, spelling corrections and more. You can visit the About Chrome page from your Google Chrome to update your Chrome browser to the latest version right away, or you can download the new Chrome right from its official website.
Google Chrome 27 has been released as a stable update to Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems. Make sure to make the jump and try to notice if you can feel the increased speed in page loading.