New version of Chrome is out so upgrade if you use it.
For awhile I was switching back and forth between Chrome and Firefox, but I'm at the point now where I pretty much use Chrome for everything and only boot up Firefox for the very rare sites that don't work quite right in Chrome. Chrome is just so damned fast and it spell checks every field in a form whereas FF limits itself to just the big text fields unless you tell it otherwise. Which wouldn't be so bad if it would remember you telling it to do so, but you have to tell it each and every time. #seb
We've done this a couple of times before, so here's the short version: a new stable version of Chrome is out. As usual, it adds a notable feature and patches security holes.
Chrome 16's major addition to the browser is multi-user support. From within one account in the host operating system, Chrome can now support distinct users with different preferences, themes, add-ons, and synced items. New user accounts can be created and synchronized with different Google accounts in the browser prefe…