Around a month ago, Google unveiled Chrome 9 and now, the internet search giant that is Google, has announced a new stable release of Google Chrome 10,which features a new settings interface, password synchronization, and Flash Player sandboxing.
Google claims that even your most complex Chrome web apps will run more responsively in Chrome 10.
Chrome’s new settings interface will help you get to the right settings quickly so you don’t have to dig endlessly to find a way to import your bookmarks or change your browser’s homepage. We’ve added a search box that shows you the settings you’re looking for, as you type. On top of that, you can also copy and paste a direct link into Chrome’s address bar to jump to a specific settings page.
For those of you who save your passwords in the browser, you can now quickly log on to the websites you frequent even when you switch computers, by simply synchronizing those passwords across your computers. You can also encrypt those passwords with your own secret passphrase for extra security. To enable sync on each of your computers, visit the “Personal Stuff” section in Chrome’s settings (or just type “sync” in the settings search box). You can also choose to sync bookmarks, extensions, preferences, themes and more.
Finally, you’ll be even safer as you speed around the web, as we’ve extended Chrome’s sandboxing technology to the integrated Flash Player in Chrome. So if you’re using Windows Vista or newer versions, you’ll benefit from the additional layer of protection against malicious webpages.
Your current Google Chrome version can be upgraded to Chrome 10 through the auto update mechanism of Chrome. Or you can:
Download Google Chrome 10