Chrome supports Java!

Google Chrome requires Java version 6 update 10 (Java 6u10), and should work with Java 6u10 as indicated in the Google Chrome Help Center. However, Sun Microsystems does not support Google Chrome for Java SE 6. For more information and help on Chrome, you might want to visit :  Google Chrome Help Center For a list of Java supported browsers by Sun Microsystems, please visit the following page: Java SE 6 Release Notes Supported System Configurations  Download the early access version of Java 6u10 from the link below: Download Java 6 update 10 early access version  To make sure that Google Chrome recognizes Java 6 update 10 correctly, you might want to install Java 6u10 prior to installing Google Chrome. And for Silverlight you might need to install silverlight after installing Chrome. 🙂

Google’s new Web Browser!

Google has released a new open source web browser named, Google Chrome yesterday in more than 100 countries. It can be downloaded from here. Google also released a comic book describing the features of browser. It can be found in here. Google chrome beta is currently available only for windows, and they are working hard to release a Mac version of the browser. Later it will be available for all other platforms. It is very lightweight and it has taken its foundation from Apple’s WebKit and Mozilla’s Firefox, also more over it has a more powerful JavaScript engine, V8, to power the next generation of web applications that aren’t even possible in today’s browsers. In this release it doesn’t have support for Java and Silverlight. Ok lets download and enjoy some Google taste. 🙂