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chrome

(krōm),
Chromium, especially as a source of pigment.
[G. chrōma, color]

chrome

(krōm)
Chromium, especially as a source of pigment.
[G. chrōma, color]
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Version 9 took a page from Google search, with the remarkable Chrome Instant, as well as from IE9, by including graphics hardware acceleration.
Even the setup process shows Chrome's commitment to speed: Just click the Install button on the Chrome Web page, and you'll have the browser up and running in less than a minute, with no wizard to go through and no system restart.
[ClickPress, Mon Apr 29 2019] A new research intelligence presented by Fact.MR, titled "Automotive Chrome Accessories Market Forecast, Trend Analysis, and Competition Tracking -- Global Review 2017-2022" is an exhaustive analysis of the global market for automotive chrome accessories over the five-year examination period.
"While most advertising on the web is respectful of user experience, over the years we've increasingly heard from our users that some advertising can be particularly intrusive," Google Chrome engineering manager (https://blog.chromium.org/2018/02/how-chromes-ad-filtering-works.html) Chris Bentzel said .
If a website has a high number of violations and the owner of the site ignores Google's notifications and evaluation, Chrome will start blocking ads on the site after 30 days, according to (https://www.theverge.com/2018/2/14/17011266/google-chrome-ad-blocker-features) The Verge.
The initial two smelters, with an investment of $35 million, are expected to commence production by December 2012, and the ferro chrome capacity will be scaled up to 150,000 tpa in the second phase.
"The second phase will follow suit with an additional investment of $45-50 million for building two additional furnaces to produce ferro chrome, which is a key ingredient in making stainless steel," Vinod Narsiman, managing director of Indsil Hydro Power and Manganese, told reporters, after signing an agreement for building the project.
By default Chrome offers to store the passwords of websites you visit - such as Facebook, Twitter and your email client - as you browse, but unlike other browsers Chrome does not give its users the option to protect these with a master password.