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Google on Tuesday put the final coat of polish its Chrome 3.0 browser and has begun offering up the stable build to the general public. The release comes just two weeks after Chrome celebrated its first birthday and is the result of 51 developer, 21 beta, and 15 stable updates, along with 3,505 bug fixes, Google says.
In Chrome 3.0, you can now rearrange thumbnails of recently visited sites when you first fire up the browser, as well as pin thumbnails to a specific spot so they don't disappear.
Other additions include an improved Omnibox with an optimized presentation of the drop-down menu, additional HTML5 capabilities, such as the <video> tag, and support for Themes.
If your browser hasn't automatically updated yet, you can manually snag the latest stable build here.
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