updated 02:20 pm EDT, Tue September 15, 2009
Google Chrome 3 stable release
The release also signals some of the first more conspicuous visual changes to Chrome, including support for themes, a more customizable home screen that allows drag-and-drop reordering of sites, and clearer differences between online and bookmark search results in the address bar.
HTML 5 support is also new and, among other changes, brings HTTP audio and video streaming without needing plugins.
The release is available now for Windows users. Google has previously pledged Linux- and Mac-native versions of Chrome and has a rough Mac developer version but doesn't expect more polished releases of these for the next few months.