Microsoft’s new browser, codenamed “Chrome,” is more secure, easier to use and offers more options than the Windows 10 operating system, according to a study published on Tuesday.
Chrome’s security features include a more secure version of the internet’s default web browser, a faster version of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, and a new built-in browser.
The study also said that Chrome’s more secure web browser can do more with less data.
“Chrome is the most secure browser on the market today, with more secure encryption, less security risk and more options and privacy,” said Brian Liedtke, chief technology officer at cybersecurity firm Errata Security.
“Chromium is the safest browser on Windows 10.”
The study, published in the security news site Ars Technica, found that Chrome had significantly more security features than Windows Vista.
Chrome’s security feature list is longer than Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10, it found.
The study’s authors, security researchers Brian Krebs and Troy Hunt, found the number of secure web security features doubled from Windows 7 to Chrome.
“The only reason Chrome is a safer browser than Windows is because of Microsoft,” said Hunt.
“It’s a company that’s not afraid to be aggressive.
That’s why it’s been the safest on the web.”
Chrome has more secure features than Microsoft’s IE, which is the default browser on most Windows PCs, according the study.
Chrome also has a built-ins browser called Chromium, which provides security features like password and history protection.
Chrome can’t connect to the internet via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi, and it can’t use third-party apps.
“We found that the security of Chrome is greater than that of IE and Windows 7,” said Liedtske.
“In other words, Chrome is the more secure browser.”
The security study also found that Windows 10 is faster than Windows XP, but that Chrome is faster for certain types of traffic.
The researchers said that it’s “likely” that Chrome was more secure than Windows at its peak.
The researchers also said Chrome was “more secure than ChromeOS, which uses a different runtime architecture” than Windows, which relies on Microsoft’s Windows Runtime.