Google Chrome 13 browser has just entered the beta stage of its development live and brings with it some new features users have waited for since its initial launch back in September 2008.
Theses features include Instant Pages and a Print Preview feature which was first asked for after the launch back in 2008. Well its now arrived and provides the ability to preview your page before you print saving your toner and paper. After the jump is a video demoing the new Instant Pages feature now within Chrome 13 beta.
The new Print Preview feature uses Chrome’s built-in PDF viewer to show the page and updates automatically as you adjust your print settings. You can also choose to save any web page as a PDF file, using the “Print to PDF” option that’s automatically included in the printer list.
Using the Instant Pages in Chrome, you can save time waiting for pages to load as Instant pages will automatically generate webpages that load instantly.
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