As you may have noticed, I'm a fan of Google's Chrome browser and it's the one I used most often. Even since I upgraded to Windows 10 a month ago, I still prefer Chrome to the new Microsoft Edge.
If you're also a Chrome fan and you're the sort of person who always likes to be running the latest version of software, then you may wish to check out Chrome Canary. It's a special release of Chrome which is always updated to be the latest cutting-edge version. Typically this means that, instead of receiving an update to Chrome every month or 2, as most users do, you'll probably get one every day. You won't know it's happening unless you check the About screen to find out the build number, but you'll be the first to be able to try all the new features.
You can safely keep both standard and canary versions installed, just in case one isn't as stable as the other, which can sometimes happen.
The Chrome Canary installer is at https://www.google.co.uk/chrome/browser/canary.html and is a 1 MB download. The program is malware-free according to VirusTotal and Web of Trust, though it does download additional installation files when you run it. However, I didn't notice any problem with those when I tried it.
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