On the heels of its recent Chrome 36 software update Google announced on its official Chromium blog Friday that the beta of Chrome 37 is now available for download The new software means that Chrome can now support Microsoft Windows new text rendering API DirectWrite The API replaces Graphics Device Interface GDI first developed in the 1980s

On the heels of its recent Chrome 36 software update, Google announced on its official Chromium blog Friday that the beta of Chrome 37 is now available for download.

The new software means that Chrome can now support Microsoft Windows' new text-rendering API, DirectWrite. The API replaces Graphics Device Interface (GDI), first developed in the 1980s.

On the heels of its recent Chrome 36 software update, Google announced on its official Chromium blog Friday that the beta of Chrome 37 is now available for download.

The new software means that Chrome can now support Microsoft Windows' new text-rendering API, DirectWrite. The API replaces Graphics Device Interface (GDI), first developed in the 1980s.

On the heels of its recent Chrome 36 software update, Google announced on its official Chromium blog Friday that the beta of Chrome 37 is now available for download. The new software means that Chrome can now support Microsoft Windows' new text-rendering API, DirectWrite. The API replaces Graphics Device Interface (GDI), first developed in the 1980s.

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