A new version of Google’s open source browser is now available for download, enabling users to take advantage of new features initially planned for availability with the next major version of Chrome. The Mountain View search giant is now cooking a minor update to Google Chrome 4.0
, the stable version of which was finalized and released to the public in the first half of February 2010. However, it now appears that Chrome 4.1 (only for Windows) will be delivered ahead of Chrome 5
, and more importantly, that Google has decided to make some version 5 features available early. Users need to understand that Google Chrome 4.1 Build 126.96.36.1991 Beta is pre-release software, and, as such, does not deliver the quality standard of a finalized version in terms of stability and reliability.