Other improvements include a more intuitive Omnibox (that's the address bar, for people who don't read the Chrome Dev blog every morning), and wider HTML5 support, including plugin-free video embeds. There are plenty of themes to try out, but Google's examples—Chrome with a wood finish?—don't bode particularly well. Windows download available now. [Google]
Google Polishes Chrome Into New Beta With Custom Tab Page, Themes, And 30% More Speeeeed
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