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Google releases stable version of Chrome 3.0

By Jos
Sep 15, 2009
  1. Just over a year after first launching Chrome into the browser scene, Google has announced a new stable build in the 3.0 branch. Besides the usual range of bug fixes, Chrome 3.0 includes the promised support for themes, a more customizable New Tab page, an improved Omnibox (the equivalent to Firefox's Awesome Bar), better HTML5 capabilities, and a higher performing V8 engine.

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  2. Extensions/Add-ons and RSS support will be in version 4 of Google Chrome along with many other features/bug fixes. Work has been started on these features already, along with development builds for Google Chrome 4.0.
     
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