Google has announced the official release for Windows of version 4 of their Chrome Web browser. The main change in this version, as discussed in an article at Ars Technica, is a much improved mechanism for installing and managing extensions. The new release also has a feature called Bookmark Sync, which allows you to use your Google account on the Web to synchronize your bookmarks across different machines. Google says that the new version also features improved performance. The Google Chrome blog has more details about the changes.
I’ve been using a beta version of Chrome on Linux for several weeks now; on the whole, it works very well, although I don’t think it can quite match Firefox for stability yet.
You can download Google Chrome here.