Google Chrome is officially available as a beta release for Windows. Mac and Linux users will have to wait.
I really hope you're having better luck using this new browser than I am. As Google put it, "Google Chrome is far from done."
In my case, I tried it on an older computer running Vista, and I've yet to successfully connect with a single Web page. Every one of them has broken in some way. I've seen a frozen frowny face browser graphic that asks me if I want to kill the window and a frowny face browser graphic that says, "Aw, Snap!" and informs me that it can't find the page.
I tried it on another computer running XP, and it works just fine. It seems to run much faster on sites that would bog down a lesser browser. I've got a newer computer running Vista that I'll try later on tonight and see how well it does. Everyone else I've spoken to has had a fabulous time with the new browser.
Update: I've got it running on my newer Vista machine, and I am very pleased with how it handles on this one. It's crunching through websites very rapidly, and I can even get it to play a little Flash. The sound isn't working on anything played in the browser window, but it's still a promising start.
Anyone else try Chrome today? Did it work? What do you think so far?