Right in line with its usual update cycle, Google today released version 29 of its Chrome browser for Mac, Windows, Linux and Chrome Frame. There are no real surprises here, but just like most updates to the stable channel, Chrome 29 does introduce some smaller updates. On the desktop, this means the Omnibox — Chrome’s combined URL and search bar — now also bases its suggestions on the recency of the sites you have visited.

This new Omnibox algorithm, Google says, should result “in more timely and contextually relevant suggestions.”

Mac users will be happy to hear that Chrome 29 now supports Google’s rich notifications, “so you can keep up with what’s happening within your apps and extensions.”

browser_reset_chrome_29Another new feature of the desktop version is the ability to reset your browser settings with just a few clicks. As Google notes, this should come in handy when you “got…

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