Google and Qualcomm Unveil Optimized Chrome Browser for Snapdragon-Powered Windows PCs: A Step Towards an AI-Powered Future

Chrome for PC now equipped with Snapdragon Technology

Google and Qualcomm Technologies have partnered to create a version of Chrome optimized for devices powered by Snapdragon technology. This special edition of the popular browser is now available, paving the way for ARM-based PCs and featuring advanced features, including experiments with generative artificial intelligence. Google’s Senior Vice President, Hiroshi Lockheimer, emphasized the importance of collaborating with Qualcomm to enhance the browsing experience for an expanding user base, particularly on ARM PCs. The partnership between Google and Qualcomm has a longstanding history dating back to the introduction of the first Android phone in 2008.

Cristiano Amon, President and CEO of Qualcomm Inc., highlighted the significance of this collaboration in the context of the evolving PC industry. With the emergence of AI PC era, this new version of Chrome showcases Qualcomm’s capabilities and sets the stage for transformative changes in the use of Windows PCs. This collaboration promises a future where speed, security, and usability reach new heights of excellence.

Google is dedicated to making Chrome a fast, secure, and user-friendly browser across desktop and mobile platforms. This new version is specifically designed for devices powered by Snapdragon technology.

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Chrome for Windows on Snapdragon is now available for download.

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