Google is launching the ARM version of the Chrome browser for the new Apple computers
Google is launching the ARM version of the Chrome browser for the new Apple computers

Google has released a new version of the Chrome web browser specifically for Apple's new Mac computers running the company's new M1 (M1) processor based on ARM architecture.

Google (Chrome) Director - (Mark Zhang) said: The company plans to launch an ARM version of the Chrome browser for the new Apple devices running Mac system on Wednesday, and the company advised to start launching the version on Tuesday. Started. However, the startup was paused because the copy terminated unexpectedly.

In theory, the original version of the browser (known for its heavy consumption of computer resources) could run more efficiently on an ARM Mac.

Google released a new version of Chrome on Tuesday, and thanks to the minor changes, it called it "the biggest improvement in Chrome's performance in years." The company hasn't mentioned any news on the blog regarding the new release, which is optimized for the ARM-based Mac OS.

On Tuesday, Adobe released an ARM version of the popular photo-editing program Photoshop for Windows and Mac OS.

The new beta release of Photoshop enables owners of the following devices: (Surface Pro X) Microsoft Surface Pro X or (MacBook Pro) MacBook Pro or (MacBook Air) MacBook Air or (Mac mini) The powerful new Mac mini processor Apple M1 (M1) can power Run Photoshop without simulation on the device. It is found that the Photoshop emulation currently works on Windows devices with ARM processors or via Apple's Rosetta platform. . Mac OS system.

In addition to supporting Photoshop, game maker Blizzard announced that World of Warcraft can be played on a Mac without an ARM processor for emulation.

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