This discussion was primarily around the Performance improvements, HTML5 significance, Integrated SVG, WOFF (Open Font Format) and the Hardware Acceleration features.
Today, Microsoft is making the first developer preview of Internet Explorer (IE) 9 at MIX2010. The developer preview is available for download now. There are lots of demo applications which are built in to test the Speed, HTML5 and Graphics Demos which you can try on the IE9 developer preview edition.
Extensions are the first step from Google towards making the browser more user-friendly.
An extension system has been one of the most requested features for Google Chrome. One important note for the Google team was to make extensions easy to create and maintain, while preserving Google Chrome’s speed and stability (Speed of access being Chrome’s Unique Selling Point). Extensions on Google Chrome accomplishes all these goals: they are as easy to create as web pages, easy to install, and each extension runs in its own process to avoid crashing or significantly slowing down the browser.
In this article, you will find information on how to use a Google Chrome Extension on a Windows machine.