most important patch: adds much asked ability to be able to directly 'open' a file without having to save first (and after that to take care of deleting it)
from the website:
Why Advanced Chrome?
Google Chrome is the best browser but these problems are very annoying:
Google Chrome saves all downloads into the same folder including all files that you just wanted to check quickly, you do not have the option to just open the file and it must be saved into downloads folder creating a huge mess.
Google Chrome shows minimum information about your downloads, hard to check download speed.
Google Chrome SSL warnings disable passwords autocomplete.
Google Chrome removed NPAPI support.
Features of Advanced Chrome Web Browser:
Allows to open, save or discard downloads.
Downloads show realtime speed.
Integrated Flash Player.
Enabled NPAPI Plugins, this version can run Java.
Browser address bar show full URLs.
Download Shelf that allows the following options:
Save: Downloads to default folder or prompts user for location.
Open: Downloads to temp folder and opens download when finish.
Discard: Cancel download.
Up to 999 downloads can be handled at the same time, they will stack and wait for user action.
Download Items with extended information:
Full download info including speed, time left and size (18/300MB, 3 mins, 840 KB/s).
New option on download context menu:
Hide download item.
Temp Folder for Downloads:
Allows to store downloads that are only going to be opened.
Located at %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Chromium\User Data\Default\Cache\Downloads
This folder is cleaned / deleted automatically when browser is closed.