There are some strange ideas at Google when it come to beta testing.l
Some Google applications are still in beta a long time after they were first launched.
Gmail is a classic example as it is still in beta and has been around for about five years now.
Yet when it comes to the browser Chrome things are looking slightly different, if not a bit erratic, as although there are still no RRS Feed supports in place, Google has decided that Chrome should be moving on to the next level of beta.
Google is saying that the browser offers speed improvements of up to twenty five per cent, and maybe as high as thirty five per cent if put against the Sunspider and V8 benchmark.
It is the basics that let Chrome down.
Some users feel that the browser lacks features, although Chrome now has form autofill etc.