Google has just released its more stable version of Google Chrome 4.0 providing support for extensions and bookmark synchronizing. Google Google said it on their Official blog that -
We’re excited to usher in the new year with a bundle of browser goodness for the stable version of Google Chrome. With today’s new stable release, all Google Chrome users on PCs can access over 1,500 new features, through our new extension system.
Extensions are little programs, created by developers, which add useful functionality to the browser and to the websites you visit. Some provide you with alerts and notifications, others let you easily access your favorite web services from icons next to your address bar, and there are lots more. Check outExtension Galleryfor Extensions.
Here is a walkthrough on how to install extensions:
In addition to extensions, another feature that’s moving from our beta to the stable channel on the Windows version of Google Chrome is bookmark sync. For those of you who use several computers — for example, a laptop at work and a desktop at home — you can now keep your Google Chrome bookmarks synchronized and up-to-date across computers, without needing to manually recreate your bookmarks every time you switch computers. To read more on bookmark sync. We have already coveredBookmark Synchronization earlier.