Google Web Accelerator is now available for download to all users. For a while there it was in closed beta, after a very brief open beta when it first rolled out.
I installed it, and apparently I have saved 43.4 seconds because of it. It’s using about 12 megs of RAM last I checked. I now have a lot of memory committed to Google applications … it’s enough to make me look seriously at buying more RAM. All these small applications are nice, but they run all the time and they put a hit on performance.
Once again I take a look at all these browser features. It’s enough to make you think that Google should just get it over with and put out a Google Browser that has all these applications built in. Plus there’s Flock now, which appears to be the most app-integration-centric browser yet. I wonder: Will this will spur Google into pushing up the initial beta of its browser as to avoid being an also-ran?