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Prerenderings for Omnibox and Chrome Prerender2 to deliver quick page loading to the browser

Google has recently launched an upgrade for the stable version of the Browser that resolves many privacy flaws and provides a lot of new features. Omnibox Prerendering & Download Scanning are the 2 most notable technology enhancements in Chrome 17.

Prerendering is the process of the Google Chrome browser to pre-load content of internet sites or pages in the backend before the user visits them. The next new website URL can be guessed just a few seconds before navigation, so Chrome Prerendering is a wonderful approach to enhance user-visible site download speeds.

Google is developing a Prerender2, for Chrome that will allow sites to load very instantly. The feature includes Omnibox Prerendering, which the firm is presently preparing to launch.
Chrome can load material in the background before a user even finishes typing a URL in Omnibox. Omnibox prerendering is the term for this.

The next recent update in Chrome is an automatic screening of harmful items such as exe and MSI and notifying you if they are downloading a harmful document or a file from such a location known for a significant rate of dangerous downloads.

A safelist of items that aren't checked is maintained by Google. All the others are searched on Google for more knowledge. Although this isn't a foolproof method, it can alert people when they're ready to download harmful files. Currently, there appears to be no way to shut down the feature in the browsers.
Furthermore, Chrome17 fixed at least 20 safety breaches.

In a nutshell, with the help of prerendering
• Developers can also include preload links for their material, enabling Chrome to identify and download it rapidly, enhancing users' experience.
• Lowers the duration it takes for users to access a completely downloaded webpage after clicking Enter. Sites load almost instantly on occasion.

It's unclear how Chrome decides which URLs to show you, although the users' previous browsing data & bookmarks are probably to play a role. However, this adds to the complexity, particularly if the browser somehow doesn't give the appropriate pages frequently.

Chrome will employ this latest feature to download the contents of autofill recommendations in the URL bar that users are likely to view. The firm has announced that Omnibox Prerendering will be released as indicated by a released statement.


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