New Chrome version available to Windows PCs on Snapdragon

Qualcomm has shared a new Chrome version for Windows computers supported by a Snapdragon processor.

An optimized version of the Google Chrome browser is now available for Windows arm-based computers powered by Snapdragon.

The current version includes remarkable performance improvements compared to the previous version.

According to the Senior Vice President of Google, Hiroshi Lockheimer, the Chrome browser is known to be faster, secure, and easy to use, and cooperation with Snapdragon enhances this experience.

This isn’t the first time that the two companies have worked together. They’ve been collaborating since 2008 when the first Android phone was released.

The browser comes before the release of new computers that will be powered by a Snapdragon X Elite processor. These should see the light of day in the middle of 2024.

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