Google Chrome 36.0.1985.84 Beta

Chrome is designed to be as simple as possible. It’s a browser that gets out of the way of the web, so you can focus on what you care about most. Getting where you want to go on the web should be simple. You shouldn’t have to ask yourself, “Am I searching the web, or I am navigating to a site?” You should just start typing and arrive where you want to be.

That’s why Chrome just has one box – the Omnibox – where you can both search the web and navigate to sites. It autocompletes as you type and offers suggestions.

Chrome’s snappy tabs are easy to drag and drop and rearrange, and thanks to Chrome’s multi-process architecture, you can open a hundred tabs without slowing Chrome down.

You can also pin your favorite tabs (like email) to the tabstrip so that they appear in the same place every time you launch Chrome.

Why go to YouTube.com first and then search for a video? Just type youtube.com into the Omnibox and hit tab to search YouTube directly. You can also set up custom keywords for your favorite sites.

Chrome will show you a warning message before you visit a site that is suspected of containing malware or phishing.

With Safe Browsing technology enabled in Chrome, if you encounter a website suspected of containing phishing or malware as you browse the web, you will see a warning page like the one shown above.

A phishing attack takes place when someone masquerades as someone else to trick you into sharing personal or other sensitive information with them, usually through a fake website. Malware, on the other hand, is software installed on your machine often without your knowledge, and is designed to harm your computer or potentially steal information from your computer.

Download: Google Chrome Beta