I don’t know way but in the last 2 days I could not use GMail as default program for mailto addresses, looking around I found this post in the Google support.
The solution below was exactly what I needed.
I report the solution if any of you may need it
a. Close Chrome
b. In a text editor, open C:\Users\<your username>\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Local State
c. Find the protocol handler section:
e. Save the file
2. Launch Chrome
3. Open GMail and login
4. In the address bar type or copy and paste
and press Enter or hit Go.
5. You’re done.
Google posted a link on Twitter and its official blog to a cute little Flash game called FastBall, designed to promote the latest version of Google’s Chrome browser with its built-in Flash player.
This is a very funny Google game. I took a little during working hours to finish the run, but it is really amazing
Enjoy at http://www.youtube.com/chromefastball and post your experience.
Finally after Chromium here it is Google Chrome for Linux
This is the email received from google team:
Google Chrome is go for beta on Linux! Thanks to the many Chromium and WebKit developers who helped make Google Chrome a lean, mean browsing machine. Here are a few fun facts from us on the Google Chrome for Linux team:
60,000 lines of Linux-specific code written
23 developer builds
2,713 Linux-specific bugs fixed
12 external committers and bug editors to the Google Chrome for Linux code base, 48 external code contributors
Thanks for waiting and we hope that you enjoy using Google Chrome!
Google Chrome Team
It can be downloaded from http://www.google.com/chrome/intl/en/w00t.html
Maybe is a known info, but I founded only few hours ago that it is possible for beta users to change Chrome Theme without any hack.
Go to https://tools.google.com/chrome/intl/en/themes/ and choose a new look and feel for you browser.
I tryed this features only with Chrome version 126.96.36.199 (dev) right now.