Google has boasted that the new version of its web browser, Chrome 7, will be 60 times faster than the previous version.
The company released details about the Chrome 7 web browser, claiming that it will be 60 times faster than Chrome 6 and will have superior graphics performance via GPU acceleration.
Writing on the Chromium Blog, software engineer James Robinson, said: “These early numbers show up to 60x speed improvement over the current version of Google Chrome. With Google Chrome’s fast release cycles, we expect to be able to get these enhancements to users quickly and add new performance improvements over time.”
Google also released an update for its Chrome 6 browser.
The update fixes 10 security holes found in Chrome 6, one them marked as 'critical' by the company.
According to the company, the critical Chrome 6 vulnerability affects the Mac version of the web browser. Google said that it will release full details of the vulnerability after users have installed the latest Chrome update.