The Google Chrome browser can anticipate the pages that you might visit next

By Jerri Ledford, Network World's Google Subnet |  Internet, browsers, Google

Chrome, unlike other browsers, anticipates your next move. While that sounds mystical, the truth is that this feature is most effective when you contact a web site through a page in the web browser and not by manually entering a web address. Read more about this featured, called DNS Fetching. http://www.networkworld.com/community/node/44476

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