Google and Firefox are offering tech addicts, like ourselves, the ability to download and use the most recent versions of their upcoming new browsers. Google started this by offering users the ability to choose which version of their browser they want to install. You can choose to install the "Stable" version, the "Beta" version of the "Developer" version. The stable and beta versions are relatively secure and stable. They have been tested and are pretty reliable. However, the Developer version is updated every few days and is more prone to crash and not work properly on certain website. Recently, Google gave users the option to also download the "Canary" build of their browser. The Canary build can be installed side by side with the other version of the Chrome browser and contains daily builds of the browser. It is updated daily and is unstable and prone to crash at any time. But it gives users the ability to see what Google is working on and what they are experimenting with. To download and install Canary, click here.