The latest version of Google Chrome, Chrome 37, included the support of DirectWrite in order to improve text rendering and the looking of the fonts. Hardware-accelerated capable DirectWrite was designed by Microsoft as the text layout and glyph rendering API for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 and future versions to replace GDI/GDI+ and Uniscribe for screen-oriented rendering.
Looking for 64-bit flavor of web browser? Apart from Internet Explorer, which has included built-in 64-bit IE web browser in Windows 7/8, Google has also added 64-bit support to its latest version of Chrome web browser. The 64-bit version of Google Chrome was introduced in Dev channel and Canary channel in June and subsequently was available through beta channel, but now Chrome 37 is now […]