Google Chrome optimized for arm-compatible Windows PCs now available

Google today announced the rollout of a fully optimized version of its popular Chrome browser for Windows PCs powered by Arm-based Snapdragon processors. This new release promises significant speed and performance improvements for users of Arm-compatible Windows devices.

Google Chrome
Google Chrome

Google today announced the rollout of a fully optimized version of its popular Chrome browser for Windows PCs powered by Arm-based Snapdragon processors. This new release promises significant speed and performance improvements for users of Arm-compatible Windows devices.

The optimized Chrome harnesses the unique capabilities of Snapdragon processors, delivering a smoother and faster web browsing experience. Google anticipates even further advancements in performance when combined with Qualcomm's highly anticipated Snapdragon X Elite platform.

"The new version of Google Chrome will help cement Snapdragon X Elite's role as the premier platform for Windows computing starting in mid 2024," said Cristiano Amon, President and CEO at Qualcomm.

Besides performance boosts, the updated Chrome includes robust security features, access to new generative AI capabilities, and the extensive library of extensions and themes characteristic of the popular browser.

Users of Arm-compatible Windows PCs can download the optimized version of Google Chrome directly from the official Google Chrome website.

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