Part of the Google business model is universal access, allowing users to retrieve their information from anywhere, on most anything and the new Beta Chrome browser builds on that.
Utilizing the power of your Google account, Chrome 5.0 is currently able to sync bookmarks and browser settings no matter which computer you are on, and now, according to the recent Chrome 6.0 to build that popped up on the Dev channel, users will soon be able to sync their extensions.
Extensions were introduced with Chrome 4.0 and are simple plug-ins that bring advanced features to fully personalize the browser and its expand its capabilities. The extension sync update means no more having to readjust minor changes on every single computer Chrome is used on.
Currently however, the feature is incredibly buggy and causes routine crashes.
The other notable feature is that Chrome 6 will also fully support the Apple Mac OSX 10.5 and Linux operating systems.
The Chrome 6.0 update will also bring a built in Adobe PDF viewing tool. Much like the included Adobe Flash player this feature eliminates the need to constantly download and update the Adobe Reader software separate from your browser.
With two stable builds already released in 2010, you can bet that the next stable update is only months away.