Google Chrome! Oh, the possibilities!
Google Chrome passes the Ani-Pock test!
So? What's different?
Google made it!
You've got the basic tabbed browsing, auto complete/suggested addresses in the site bar, webpage "speed dial", all pretty standard or emerging things on web browsers today.
But now Google has taken what these browsers do best and moved everything to a lightweight program where every tab runs on an independent memory so they don't clog up the same memory pipe of the browser.
In addition, the browser is intended to be very application friendly! The design itself is very sleek and, well, chromey. I like this one a lot. In fact, I don't even like my FireFox layout and appearance so much, I changed the buttons to resemble the Internet Explorer counterparts.
Some of the best features include complete tab deletion. No more will fragments of a tab or tabbed website be caught in the browser's memory. Now, when you close that tab, it is gone for good.
My favorite function is the browser's process explorer. How many times do you use your own Process Explorer (AKA: Ctrl+Alt+Del) in a day PC folks?
Now you can check which tab is draining the most memory from your browser and... well... do with it what you wish.
For these reasons and more, you should download Google Chrome (Beta)!
Now when can I expect my Google OS!?!