Chrome is the first non-Microsoft web browser for Windows 8, able to work with Metro interface introduced by the operating system. Available now only in a preliminary version of testing, do not fully meet the design conventions imposed by Microsoft for Metro interface, web browser can be downloaded through the Dev channel, or install the update automatically.
To use Google Chrome Metro style, you must have installed Windows 8 Release Preview Edition Microsoft operating system and Web browser to set Chrome as default.
In its current version, Chrome 21.0.1171.0 uses only partially Metro interface. For example, instead of App menu bar shown on bottom, when you press Win + Z are usually greeted with the setup menu, the style Windows 7.
With right click anywhere on the page open context menu – useful for any configuration with mouse and keyboard, but still outside interface Metro Microsoft recommendations.
Google web browser famous fans will surely be satisfied and the current version, Chrome already have support for multiple tabs and an interface very similar to the classic Windows 7. Paradoxically, it is these similarities could bring most followers for Google Chrome, simply because an application program does not like Metro and is easier to use than IE10 Metro themed.