"Is Google a Window's Killer?" Any browser appearing on the Internet scene today would be wasting time and fiber if it wasn't trying. Despite slow and shoddy performance, Microsoft's browser carries 72 percent. There is no choice.
A quick look at Chrome shows a drastically scaled down interface. No menu bar, a translucent tab navigation above the intuitively familiar basic buttons and URL bar. The URL bar, however, is what is being referred to as the "Omnibar," an integrated auto-completion, search suggestion interface with other features, too.
The "New Tab Page" is Chrome's easy start "with your nine most visited pages" in a thumbnail grid and "the sites you search on most" in the right sidebar. Cues from lifestreaming sites make using Chrome seem more personal and friendly, an old Google standby in desk-side demeanor. At this writing, downloading is possible here, for Windows only, of course.