Yesterday afternoon, the Google Chrome team released another update with performance gains for platforms, but Mac and Linux users will see the greatest boosts and new, useful functions.
Every OS version received some tweaking, including improved New Tab load times and changes to how Chrome handles extensions.
Mac users, especially those who have adopted Snow Leopard, will be pleased to see that importing settings from Firefox is smoother, the search engine manager is now available in the Mac version, and there are a variety of Snow Leopard-specific bug fixes. Linux users got an improved bookmarking system, better handing of URLs that call outside services (like AIM: links), and improved handling of Flash video.
If you're curious to see a point by point run down of the the changes in this release and prior releases, check out the Chrome release blog as the link below.
Dev CHannel Update - 22.214.171.124 [Google Chrome Releases]