More people will get a chance to try out bookmark synchronization with Monday's release of a beta version of Google Chrome for Windows.
Google introduced the bookmark sync feature for the developer-preview version in August, and now it is also in the better-tested beta version, Chrome 126.96.36.199. However, there's still no Chrome beta for Mac OS X or Linux.
In addition, Google said a Mac beta version of Chrome is a priority. "Our goal for this Friday is to be able to count our Mac P1 M4 release blocker bugs on one hand (we're in the 20s now)," said Chrome programmer Mike Pinkerton in a mailing list announcement on Monday. P1 bugs are priority-one; M4 refers to milestone 4, or version 4.0.
For more, read "Google Chrome 4.0 graduates to beta status" on CNET News.