The new browser from Google has been leaked and hyped the Apple way, but hey did it work. Today you have the possibility to use it. Why should you have another browser (think I have three or four already). Well the prime advantage is that when you are working with numerous tabs, like me, your whole browser won't go down when one of these is crashing the computer. THis sounds for me too good to be true, but if it is the case, it also shows that there is much more security because that means that the tabs can't go to the heart of the browser. Because otherwise it would go totally down.
But hey, no illusions, just testing online applications that were made for and by IE and those are as horrible in Chrome - or don't work - as they did with Firefox. So as long as there are sites out there - or on the internal network - that absolutely need IE you will need an IE by hand - just like I do. (ANd I use Firefox for the plugins and slimbrowser to go fast although it crashes a lot when you do some things more than just text).
And as I am moving more and more from Yahoo the Titanic on Google the tanker I suppose that all those things Google apps will move much faster and easier now. Now this is just the beginning of the browsermachine (you don't mind which is the OS because you don't use anything else on your machine except the browser). The browser is your window. Only the IE and FF and the others are too messed up to make this browserbased machines possible. They will now be stressed to invest in that kind of stability and speed.