The Google Chrome browser has certainly progressed a long way since its early days, where yet another build has been released to keep in tune with their aim of rolling out a new stable version of Google Chrome approximately once every six weeks. This is meant to introduce bug fixes, improvements, and new features quickly while conforming to the spirit of speedy innovation. The latest stable version of Google Chrome is now available, boasting hundreds of bug fixes, full AppleScript support on Mac OS X for UI automation as well as implementation of the HTML5 parsing algorithm, a File API, and directory upload. Not only that, you can now use a new dialog for managing blocked cookies in bulk. How has your Chrome experience been so far?
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