Stop what you are doing.
Go to Google.com/chrome and download the newest browser.
You must be on a PC, as the Mac and Linux versions aren’t ready yet.
I downloaded, installed and played with the browser earlier today and find it to be very simple to use. What wasn’t simple, though, is the 39-page "comic book" that explains the whys and hows of the new technology. Bottom line is: you have tabbed browsing, and each tab acts like a separate browser window. This means that if the browser chokes or gets hung up on a java page, or anything else that would ordinarily bring the whole browser crashing down, you only lose that single browser tab window.
No more re-starts when your browser freezes. Yeah!
There are many, many more features exclusive to Chrome, and I encourage you to use it all you can, then let me know what you think of it. The browser is built on open source platform, meaning developers are encouraged to modify and improve the code. I’m sure there will be many renditions of Chrome coming out in the weeks and months ahead. In the meantime, spread the word, and get all your friends to abandon Microsoft Internet Explorer and head to Chrome, Firefox, Safari or Opera!