Google has rolled out an alpha preview of the next major revision for its Chrome web browser. Those undaunted by the current alpha status of 2.0 can get an early taste of what’s to come in Chrome.
The 2.0 preview has a number of new features, including an updated version of the WebKit rendering engine which boasts speed improvements as well as some additional CSS support. Other new features include bells and whistles missing from the current shipping version, such as form auto-complete, full page zooming, auto-scrolling, better profile support and very experimental support for Greasemonkey scripts.
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