Google Chrome released new beta version

Posted: March 18, 2009 in science & technology
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Google Chrome has released a fresh new beta that integrates many of the features available in the nightly releases, including apparently significant speed improvements in Google’s V8 javascript engine and a few cool new features like form autofill, full page zoom, autoscroll, and the snazzy tab drag-to-split side-by-side browsing feature you see in the video for breaking tabs into a side-by-side view.

If you wanna use the beta build, you’ll need to download the Google Chrome Channel Changer and change to the Beta channel BUT: you may need to be patient. There are reports that he downloader application looks like it’s working, but the actual setup process never begins. The announcement only came a few hours ago and Chrome devotees are likely hammering the download servers, which may be partly responsible.

Lifehacker, Download Squad
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