Google Inc. is releasing its own web browser in a long-anticipated move aimed at countering the dominance of Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Explorer and ensuring easy access to its market-leading search engine, reports the Associated Press. The free browser, called "Chrome," is supposed to be available for downloading Sept. 2 in more than 100 countries for computers running on Microsoft's Windows operating system. Google said it's still working on versions compatible with Apple Inc.'s Mac computer and the Linux operating system. Google's browser is expected to hit the market a week after Microsoft's unveiling of a test version of its latest


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