When it comes to browsers we never look anything beside Google’s Chrome as it is pretty faster and loads the Webpages very quickly. In order to take you to your desired Webpages more quickly, Google Chrome will now start loading some web pages in the background, even before you’ve finished typing the URL in the omnibox.
"Pre-rendering reduces the time between when you hit Enter and when you see your fully-loaded web page–in some cases, the web page appears instantly," Google Software Engineer Dominic Hamon wrote in a Chrome blog post.
These latest tweaks made to Chrome are entirely belonging to the Safe Browsing and tend to protect you from additional sorts of malware attacks. The previous Chrome would primarily focus to protect you from sites that would exploit your computer with no user interaction required.
“Chrome blog post Now, we’re seeing an increase in malicious websites that try to convince you to download and run a file that will harm your computer. Some websites even pretend this malicious file is a free anti-virus product”
To protect against these harmful downloads, Chrome now includes extended functionality to executable files (such as. "Exe" and ". Msi" files) that you can download to analyze. If you download a file that is known to be bad, or is on a site that maintains a relatively high proportion of host malicious downloads, Chrome warns you that the file appears to be defective and is discarded.
Google Chrome is now starting with the first beta small, but they will cover in place for files more malicious in the coming months. Remember there is no technical mechanism to protect against malicious downloads never completely. You should always make sure the files you download and view the reputation of its source.
So, what are you waiting for? Let’s go and check out these changes in the new Chrome Beta.