Google has just rolled out the latest version of Chrome, boasting support for multiple new features at the same time (that’s the least we can expect, right?). Google so far will not label Chrome with a version number, but we do know that the browser’s task manager does point towards this being Chrome 9.0.597.84. No default UI changes can be seen, at least not when you update it from Chrome 8.2. Chrome Instant, a new feature in this version, is disabled by default. What does it do, you ask? It extends Google Instant functionality across the entire browser. Whenever you decide to enable Chrome Instant, the browser will try to guess your intended destination and preload it while you type. Not only that, Chrome 9 will integrate Chrome Web Store access into the browser while patching a number of security issues and miscellaneous bugs. Any of you giving it a go?
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