Google Chrome's tabbed options page now enabled by default
It's just as easy to get around in the tabbed settings page and perhaps a little easier, since the search field allows you to find specific settings instantly -- and we do mean instant. As with Google Instant in the Omnibar, Chrome will load settings which match your input in real time in the righthand pane. The search function will even pull in portions of separate settings pages, which you can see in the screenshot after the break.
One thing we'd like to see changed is the entry in the Windows wrench menu -- clicking Options to open a page called Settings doesn't quite make sense.