Google Launches Newer, More Stable Chrome

After a bit of evolution and lots of work from the team, Google's thrilled to introduce a new stable version of Chrome for Windows, Mac and Linux. Since last December, they’ve been chipping away at bugs and building in new features to get the Mac and Linux versions caught up with the Windows version, and now they've finally announce that the Mac and Linux versions are ready for use.

Google has improved Chrome by 213 percent and 305 percent in Javascript performance by the V8 and SunSpider benchmarks since their very first beta, back in Chrome’s Cretaceous period (September 2008).

You may also notice that today’s new stable release comes with a few new features, including the ability to synchronize browser preferences across computers, new HTML5 capabilities and a revamped bookmark manager.

To try the latest version of Chrome, download it here .

Published Date: May 26, 2010 01:49 pm | Updated Date: May 26, 2010 01:49 pm