Your time is, apparently, important to Google. In upgrading its Chrome Web browser to 2.0, Google says it increased focus on speed and added a few other features in response to user feedback. Notably, users can now hide their most visited pages when opening a new tab, preventing potential embarrassment depending on what you do on the Internet. There’s also a new full screen mode and automatic filling out of forms. As for speed, well, naturally every browser claims it’s the fastest — we heard as much when Internet Explorer 8 was released a couple months back — but Google is challenging you to stack everything up with some benchmark software. If you’re not 100 percent satisfied, you’ll get your money back. Oh wait. [via Google Chrome Blog]