So you thought Google Chrome is almost perfect, bullet-proof, iz-da-browser, and, what say you? Sure, it would be unfair, almost untrue to claim the opposite, however, there is a neat bug, and you could argue that it's not a bug but a feature, and I could argue back, and... you got it.
But since the people who wrote the Chrome are from Venus and Mars, just like you and me, their main belief is that user's experience should be comfortable, easy, and fun. You could think that I'm getting paid for this implicit advertisement, but I'm not. What they did to Chrome is this: they taught him to automatically fix errors that a programmer presumably created. And since they're awesome, all this error fixing is of course super fast, it's realtime.