Latest Google Chrome dev build adds Windows 7 jumplist support
As you can see in the screenshot above, Chrome's jumplist works just like any other in Windows 7. Recently browsed sites are listed below those you pin to the list. Space is also reserved for quick access to recently closed tabs and opening new windows - both normal and incognito.
Quick access to (I might as well say it) porn mode is a welcome change. Sure, you could set up it yourself by adding a command line argument to your Chrome shortcut, but this is a much more elegant solution. That's assuming, of course, you're on Windows 7 and can take advantage of the feature.
Grab the build from the Developer Channel page.