i think i'll come back to it later, IE will do for now,
tab browsing is great, but when you can accidently close them all with one click, not so gteat.
where's the short cuts? home, mail, full page, print, ect,
how do you add the missing faves to the faves list? it only saves to the "favorites bar" do thay drop off the "favorites bar" and vanish?
when i open my browser i like it to open google home page, any one know how to set this up on?
anyone tryed saving a fave short cut (favicon) to your desk top? i havent, but i've not seen a way of doing it either
Tabbed browsing is great and it's made it's way into IE 7. Closing them all is not a worry once you've gotten used to it. Plus you have (in FF anyway) the option to have a warning when closing multiple tabs so that you can catch this before it happens accidentally. I haven't seen this warning in Chrome and would encourage the dev team to add it. Last night I closed out several tabs by mistake. Happily they all appear on the "recently closed tabs" list at restart.
Home button was explained earlier by Jerry. The button has to be activated in the options (dumb move to not have it defaulted to on IMHO). There doesn't seem to be a print button in Chrome but the standard CTRL-P will print and there is a menu option under the "paper" drop down to the left of the wrench. This didn't bug me as I usually CTRL-P to print from everything.
For favorites you can CTRL-B to pull up the bookmarks bar or you can set it to always be on. Bookmarks (a.k.a. favorites) don't vanish. They're in the bookmarks bar as the "Other Bookmarks" and the bar itself is like IE's quick Links toolbar.
Setting your homepage to a site in Chrome is in the options just like any other browser. As for saving a favicon that's the "Create application shortcuts" option in the document menu (paper pull-down). This adds the shortcut to your desktop (and anywhere else you want it to appear). I've set this for GMail and it's awesome.
As for setting your home page to Google there's really no need in Chrome since you can type your search directly into the omnibox. Same for FF since there's the search box in the upper right anyway. I like the idea of Chrome's "most visited" home page with the ready access to bookmarks. Makes sense to me.