Google pushed an impressive new Chrome update into the developer channel on Thursday. This experimental prerelease, which is labeled version 126.96.36.199, gives users a first look at some of the items that are the focus of the developers working on Chrome 2.0.
Chrome is an open source web browser that is built on Apple's WebKit rendering engine. When Google launched the first release of Chrome last year, it was surprisingly polished but it lacked a handful of critical features. Google has moved swiftly to close the functionality gap by adding a bookmark manager and other improvements.