The Chrome Beta channel has been updated to 13.0.782.24 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chrome Frame and it lands with Instant Pages. Google says that using Chrome' prerendering technology, some Google.com search results will appear to load almost instantly after you click on them.
You can see this feature in action in the following video:
Also, added a few more features in this beta release:
First, some awesome added to the omnibox by suggesting partial matches for URLs and page titles from your browsing history. "For example, say you've listened to the song "Zorbing" by Stornoway a few times on YouTube, but you can't remember the full song title or band name. Now, when you type just part of one of the words, like "orb," you should get a suggestion due to the partial match: "YouTube.com - Stornoway - "Zorbing" Official Video."," explains Google.
Second, the Chrome team finally added Print Preview! (issue number 173) on Windows and Linux (the Mac version is coming soon).
"Print Preview uses Chrome's built-in PDF viewer to display the page you want to print, and it updates automatically as you adjust your print settings. You can also choose to save any web page as a PDF file, using the "Print to PDF" option that's automatically included in the printer list," Google said.