Google today announced the release of version 5 of its Chrome Web browser. This version is the first for which stable stage releases have been made for Mac OS X and Linux, as well as for Windows. (I have been using the Linux beta of Chrome 5 since it was made available roughly a month ago, and have been quite pleased with its speed and overall performance. I don’t think it is yet quite as stable in use as Firefox, but Google has made impressive improvements since the early versions.)
Users of existing Chrome versions should have the update offered via the built-in update mechanisms. Otherwise, you can download the new version here.