Google has today begun rolling out version 10 of its increasingly popular internet browser, Chrome.
Google has also addressed complaints that Chrome's Settings interface was unwieldy, by adding a Settings search box.
Another long requested new feature is the implementation of password synchronisation, enabling you to sync passwords and logins across multiple systems, in a similar way to Xmarks
There's also been an improvement when it comes to security, with Flash code now locked down in its own sandbox environment. This is helped by the update to the latest version of Flash, as well as out-of-date plug-ins being blocked as standard.
It's undoubtedly a significant update, with a lot of features that users will find genuinely useful; the password sync in particular seems to be one feature that Chrome has been crying out for.
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