Google's new Chrome beta gets bookmark control
The search giant is turning its Chrome crank faster, releasing a new beta version that addresses complaints that managing bookmarks was impossible.
The e-mail announcement., a less tested developer-oriented version released less than two weeks ago. Other new features include consolidated settings for privacy options, a rejiggered pop-up blocker, and security features, according to Program Manager Mark Larson in an
Google typically posts further details at its Chrome release notes page, though it's not yet updated for the latest version.