If you still use Internet Explorer to surf the web, you really should give Google Chrome a try. You can install Chrome and it won't bother IE. Switching back and forth is easy. But once you get used to Chrome's faster rendering of web pages, it's hard to go back. We've been using Chrome here at IT Xpress for years and install it on all systems we tune up. Once you install it, visit the App Store for fun add-ons like Angry Birds, TweetDeck for Twitter, and much much more.

Chrome Updates for Faster Browsing and Increased Security
Google is releasing a major update to Chrome today that will make browsing the web seem faster and also add security protections. Chrome 17 pre-renders pages in the background when you type in the URL in the omnibox address bar so the site will appear to come up almost instantaneously.