Google Chrome Celebrates Turning Two With 6 Update
Now, on its second birthday, Chrome is hitting version 6. (By comparison, Firefox is several years older, and still crawling towards 4.0.) And, in celebration, Chrome is receiving a few small upgrades. Most immediately apparent will be the mild redesign that reduces clutter and adds a bit of polish to its appearance. The browser has also undergone another series of speed boosts, firmly leaving most of the competition in its dust in terms of raw speed. Thanks to its included auto-update features, anyone running the stable version of Chrome should already have 6, while those who like to live life on the bleeding edge (i.e. running the developer's build) are already getting a sneak peak at version 7. Chrome has come a long way in a short period of time. What started as an experiment in pure speed has become one of the most compelling options, if not the option, in the browser market.
If you don't have it yet, download Chrome 6 here.