Google has released Chrome for Windows 8, just as it promised, but surprisingly it’s not rocking a Metro-style looking UI.
To run it, you have to be running the Windows 8 Release Preview and set the default browser to Google Chrome after the installation. You still get syncing, add-on support and even Flash playback from any website, but again, don’t expect a Metro-inspired user interface.
Head over to the browser’s developer channel from the Source link below and download Google Chrome for Windows 8.
Source | Via