And by the rate its being adapted, it has the full capacity to over shadow Internet explorer in few years.
The Chrome 3.0 had been released this September and here is your complete review.
Your playbook for the web: The New Tab page
A much more easier navigation I think.
Google has improved one of the most used and loved features of Google Chrome, the Omnibox. Because it’s a search bar as well as the web address bar, the multi-talented Omnibox helps you get to the sites you’re looking for with just a few keystrokes. With this release, we’ve optimized the presentation of the drop-down menu and added little icons to help you distinguish between suggested sites, searches, bookmarks, and sites from your browsing history.
The new Omnibox drop-down menu
HTML 5 SUPPORT:
HTML5 is becoming standard in modern browsers, and chrome has added HTML5 capabilities to this stable release. I love the tag in HTML5, which makes embedding videos in a page as simple as embedding regular images. The tag also allows video playback without a plug-in.
This makes bloggers like me, blog super quick easy and efficiently.
Themes allow you to deck out your browser with colors, patterns and images. Google will be bringing more Themes for the browser soon, but in the meantime, you can change the theme of your browser by visiting the Themes Gallery.
Theme preview: Star Gazing
If you haven’t tried Google Chrome recently, we invite you to download and browse the web with this new stable release.
If you’re already using Google Chrome, you’ll be automatically updated to this new version soon, but if you’re itching to try this right away, download the latest version at Google.com/chrome.
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