Google launches an ARM version of Chrome for new Apple computers

Google has launched a new version of the Chrome web browser specifically targeted to the new Mac computers from Apple that are running the company’s new M1 processor based on the ARM architecture.

The director of (Chrome) at Google – (Mark Chang) said: The company intends to launch an ARM version of the Chrome browser today, Wednesday, for the new Mac computers from Apple, noting that the company began launching the version on Tuesday, but it has stopped the launch temporarily; Because the copy was shutting down unexpectedly.

In theory, the original version of the browser – which is famous for its high consumption of computer resources – might work more efficiently on ARM-based Macs.

Google launched a new version of Chrome on Tuesday, describing it as “the biggest performance gain for Chrome in years,” thanks to some subtle changes. The company did not mention anything in its blog about the new version, optimized for ARM-based Macs.

On Tuesday, Adobe released a version of ARM processors from the popular Photoshop image editing program for Windows and Mac OS.

And the new beta version of Photoshop will allow owners of Microsoft’s Surface Pro X devices, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, or Mac mini – the new ones powered by Apple’s M1 processor, to run Photoshop without the need for simulations in their devices, Noting that Photoshop simulations are currently running on Windows devices that use ARM processors, or through Apple’s Rosetta platform on Mac OS.

In addition to Photoshop support, game maker Blizzard also announced that World of Warcraft will work without emulation on Macs that use ARM processors.

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