Sep 23, 2009

Chrome Run Inside Internet Explorer

Google is now trying to run It's browser Chrome within inside the IE. It is an open source plug-in that brings HTML5 and other open web technologies to Internet Explorer.

software engineers says that they are building Google Chrome Frame to help web developers deliver faster, richer applications like Google Wave. Recent JavaScript performance improvements and the emergence of HTML5 have enabled web applications to do things that could previously only be done by desktop software. One challenge developers face in using these new technologies is that they are not yet supported by Internet Explorer.

With the Google Chrome Frame, users will actually be running Chrome inside Internet Explorer, taking advantage of the latest version of the Webkit rendering engine and Google’s speedy V8 JavaScript engine.

The new plugin will enable users to enjoy latest web technologies, like the ones from the proposed HTML 5 standard, which most modern browsers. The plugin is a 500 KB download after which it will download an additional 10 MB or so of data.

Google Chrome Frame for Internet Explorer is available for Download here.


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