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by Michael Shapiro | March 10, 2010

Google released a stable version of the Google Chrome for Windows browser last week, including two oft-requested features: extensions and bookmark sync. Extensions provide various features and functionality, like one-click access to web applications and information sources; there currently are more than 1,500 from which to choose in Google's extensions gallery. Bookmark sync allows people to synchronize bookmarks in Google Chrome across multiple computers.