Just a few days ago, the BSI (Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik), Germany's Federal Office for Information Security, has released a best practice guide regarding Cyber Security for consumers running Microsoft Windows on their PC. The guide says that many useful and important services such as online banking, e-commerce, e-government etc. are now used on the Internet, so browser security has vital role. Here they mentioned about Chrome, as the blog says:
If possible, you should use a browser with sandbox technology. The browser that currently most consistently implements this protection is Google Chrome (https://www.google.com/chrome). Comparable mechanisms implemented in other browsers are either weaker, or non-existent. By using Google Chrome, in addition to the other mechanisms we mentioned, you can significantly reduce the risk of a successful IT attack.
The auto-update feature of Chrome which is missing in Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox both, adds another credit for the browser.
Equally positive is the auto-update functionality of Google Chrome, which includes a bundled version of the Adobe Flash Player. By bundling it with Chrome, the Adobe Flash Player will also always be kept up to date.
I also use Chrome (waiting for Chrome book in India). You?