By Min Li Chan, Fritz Holznagel, Michael Krantz
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The browser runs an update check periodically, and automatically updates to the latest version without disrupting your browsing flow. Furthermore, Chrome has integrated Adobe Flash Player and a PDF viewer into the browser, so that both these popular plug-ins are also auto-updated. ” Just as a real-life sandbox has walls to keep sand from spilling out, a browser sandbox builds a contained environment to keep malware and other security threats from infecting your computer. If you open a malicious web page, the browser’s sandbox prevents that malicious code from leaving the browser and installing itself to your hard drive.
Indd 56 11/19/10 9:28 AM instantly. Over time, Chrome also learns from past visits so that the next time you go to a web page that you’ve previously visited, Chrome knows to automatically pre-resolve all the relevant links and elements on the web page. Someday, browsers might be able to predict, before the page loads, not only which links to pre-resolve, but also which website elements (like images or videos) to pre-fetch ahead of time. That will make the web even quicker. Soon enough, we hope, loading new pages on the browser will be as fast as flipping the pages of a picture book.
But understanding the parts of a URL can help guard against phishing scams or security attacks. com/maps scheme hostname path The first part of a URL is called the scheme. In the example above, HTTP is the scheme and shorthand for HyperText Transfer Protocol. com” is the name of the host where the website resides. When any person or company creates a new web site, they register this hostname for themselves. Only they may use it. This is important, as we’ll see in a moment. A URL may have an additional path after the hostname, which sends you to a specific page on that host — like jumping right to a chapter or page in a book.
20 Things I Learned About Browsers and the Web by Min Li Chan, Fritz Holznagel, Michael Krantz