In an announcement on the Official Google Blog
Scoring 2714 on the V8 Benchmark Suite compared to the previous stable version's 1645 reveals that whatever the company has done under the hood is working – doubly impressive when you remember that Chrome was already leading the SunSpider
benchmark tests carried out by ZDNet at the start of the year.
Another feature which has been lacking in all but the development build of Chrome is full screen mode, which is now available to all via the F11 key. All this comes along with over 300 fixes for bugs and flaws within the application.
Chrome users will be automatically upgraded to the latest stable build over the next few days, but if you can't wait that long it's available for download
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