Google Chrome 5 beta: Twice as fast as IE9 PP on SunSpider
Version 5.0.342.8 of the Google Chrome browser has been released as a beta to its developer channel last week, which puts it one step closer to becoming a mainstream release. Among other improvements and bug fixes, the beta of Chrome 5 has features such as a new tabbed bookmark manager, automatic translation that can be disabled and improved AutoFill features. In addition, the new browser will also come with a geolocation API and support for extensions to detect whether the browser is in incognito mode.
If it interests you, the beta version of Google Chrome 5 for Windows can be downloaded from this page here; though the usual caveats about this being a beta apply. Based on what we've seen so far though, the next generation of web browsers look set to be faster, much faster.