Till now, Firefox, Internet Explorer 9+ versions use DirectWrite font rendering on Windows where Chrome has used Graphics Device Interface (GDI), as a result, fonts look much better hence text is more readable on Mozilla and Microsoft browsers than of Google’s. Chrome users now can rejoice, Google has enabled DirectWrite on Windows by default in Chrome 37 Beta and is available for download for testing.
This version sports a new UI for password manager, useful if you save passwords of websites you login to in the browser. To try new apps, you no longer need to sign into the browser. If you can’t reach some pages due to connectivity issues, they’ll be automatically reloaded once you’re connected.
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64-bit Chrome for Windows is coming to the beta channel, stay tuned, we’ll let you know when it’s available.
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