Today during the Google I/O event in San Francisco, the company pushed Chrome 20 to the stable channel, so you can download and start using it right now.
In this latest release of the web browser from the search giant, you’ll find a slightly new user interface with some cosmetic tweaks, you will notice this right away on the tabs design and when you hover over a bookmark. Many bugs have been found and fixed, as a matter of fact Google paid out $11,500 to different security research groups who discovered the bugs and a single developer received $7,000 from the total pay out.
Stacked Tabs still part of version 20.0.1132.43 m of the web browser, but it is disabled by default. If you want to try this feature out you can check this previous article.
The new update will happen automatically, but if you want to start using it right now, simply click the wrench in the top-right corner of the window and select About Google Chrome. Or head over to the https://www.google.com/intl/en/chrome/browser/ and click the blue button to download and install.