Google Adds Native Client to Chrome

Ainsley Jones

Google has taken another step to bridge the gap between Web applications and desktop applications by including its Native Client technology in its latest version of its Chrome browser.

 

Native Client is switched off as a default, so users will have to follow a set of instructions to enable Native Client when Chrome is launched, according to White Hat News. Aligning Web apps more closely with applications that run natively on a computer's operating system maybe setting the stage for the arrival of the Google Chrome OS next year, suggests The Register.



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