Chrome, that's the name of Google's new Web browser, having some eye-catching features, and I suppose it's a competitor for Firefox.
It doesn't have a menu bar, and there's no way to add one to it. But it has a "tabs" for each Web page you open. As Google developers describe it, their idea was to emphasize the "content" that you'd access through Chrome, not the browser program or its features. They thought the best way to do that was to keep Chrome's interface — the buttons, options and icons — to a minimum.
Google Chrome Features that we miss in other Web Browsers from Digital Inspiration