Google Chrome Releases: Beta Channel Update

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Google Chrome has been released to the Beta channel. Some principal changes release since
  • Updated V8 to to improve stability and performance.
  • Printing fixes and print selection for Windows.
  • Initial support for the video tag.
  • Updated look and feel of the url bar (aka the Omnibox).
  • Improved our Developer Tools by adding the scripts and profiles tabs, plus support for docking the inspector into the main window.
In addition to some minor UI changes:
  • Minor Tweaks renamed as "Personal Stuff" in the Options menu
  • Browsing data options added to the Options menu, under Personal Stuff.
  • Default download location and font/language settings moved from Minor Tweaks to the Under the hood tab
  • Exceptions is a tab in the "Passwords and Exceptions" dialog, rather than a separate button in the Passwords section of the Options menu.
You can install the current Beta channel release from
Didn't I just discuss my Google Chrome loving a few hours ago? Well, here they are with a new release for Google Chrome Beta. For those who want to be on the forefront on how Chrome will be in a few months--download now!
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