Google Chrome 4.1 Released For Windows
Yesterday, Google released version 4.1 (stable) of their open source browser, Chrome, for Windows. And although the release wasn't revolutionary, it did evolve in interesting ways.
The two big changes, besides the usual bug fixes and tweaks, were automatic on-the-fly page translations, and selective filtering of content.
The page translation feature automatically detects languages that are not the user's mother tongue (well, at least different from the browsers preferred language setting) and translates that content using Google Translate, an admittedly imperfect system, but one that gets the job done better than trying to figure it out alone, as the embedded video will demonstrate.
A video follows, for your viewing pleasure.