For those adventurous techies among us, with Google Chrome getting new beta features every 6 weeks, it’s hard to keep track of where the stable version lies. But recently, Chrome Instant, the Chrome Web Store and WebGL all moved on from the fun features the beta users have been using to the stable version the masses are using.
Yes, Chrome Instant. Not Google Instant. The same instantaneous omniscience of Google Instant, but using the first few keystrokes of your URL. As you the type, your frequently visited Web page that matches will begin loading.
While the Chrome Web Store offers Chrome-compatible Web applications. And WebGL means new compatibility with hardware-accelerated 3D graphics.
This browser just keeps getting better and better!