Google just released the testing version of their spanking new web browser, called Chrome. It will be a somewhat-direct competitor to Mozilla's Firefox and Microsoft Internet Explorer. http://gizmodo.com/5044492/google-chrome-hands-on-and-first-impressions-with-screenshots One of the key features of Chrome is that it runs every tab, plugin etc. as an isolated, separate process. While this uses a bit more memory up front, this means if one component locks up or crashes (PDFs, flash, bad website etc) the rest of the browser is fine. I tried killing random components off in the task manager while web browsing, and it just kept on chugging- the tabs that relied on the processes i killed just made sad faces and said "Do you wanna reload the content of this tab?" It also has an "Incognito mode" that lets you browse without saving any cookies or search data. I like to call it "porn-browsing mode." The browser seems remarkably stable, even in the testing phase. It needs more features and extensions, but the base browser is pretty slick. Anyone else have thoughts/impressions? Or, are they brave enough to test it out?