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Google Release New Chrome Beta

by David Brooks | 10.08.2009
Google ChromeA few days after we spotted the new themes section on the Google Chrome website, Google have officially announced on their blog the arrival of a new Chrome Beta. The new Beta comes with a new customisable New Tab page, an improved Omnibox, compaitability with new themes and is also compatible with the long awaited HTML 5. Read below for a quote from the Official Google Blog:

Since our last major update of Google Chrome in May, we’ve been hard at work improving some of its most used and loved features. Today, we’re releasing a new beta for you to try. Not only is it speedier than ever, but we’ve also given the browser a little bit of design whimsy that we hope will bring some color and delight to your day.

This new beta is fitted with a customizable New Tab page, an improved Omnibox and a few basic themes that allow you to deck out your browser with colors, patterns and images. We’ve also built HTML5 capabilities into this release, as well as a few other nifty technical improvements that will help Google Chrome make the most of your network connection….

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