In the browser wars, it seems like the number game just cannot stop, with Mozilla announcing new versions on a more frequent basis than previously, Microsoft pushing Internet Explorer more than ever, and Google touting a new number every other month. Google has continued this trend with Chrome now hitting version 13, offering a few new features as well as the usual speed and security enhancements that users come to expect. One of the new features available to users is called Instant Pages, which will prefetch pages based on common likes. This works based on a specific users general preferences that the browser notices through use, and will automatically start loading pages in the background that it thinks the user will click next, if confident enough. Also included in this version for Windows and Linux is print preview for both Operating Systems, which Google has had much requests about.