Google's new Chome browser comes with privacy option
Google has introduced its latest version of Chrome, and claims to have enhanced speed and privacy features.
The principal tweak to Google Chrome related to privacy is the ability to eliminate pictures of websites – that is, before when a "New Tab" page was opened, it was preloaded with graphical links to previous websites visited the most, recently saved websites and recently closed tabs. Up to nine thumbnail images were displayed. That is now an option.
“The most requested feature from users was the ability to remove thumbnails from the New Tab page,” wrote Darin Fisher of the Google Chrome Team on the Google Chrome Blog. “Now you can finally hide that embarrassing gossip blog from the Most Visited section.”
Current users will be automatically updated to the new version. New users can get the latest version here.