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kemical

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kemical

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Chrome 6.0.472.0 is ready for testing


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Yet another Chrome 6.0 build has been let loose through the Dev Channel and it currently available for Windows and Linux users (a Mac version is coming too) who'd like to try out the latest public release of Google's browser.
Dubbed Chrome 6.0.472.0, the new pre-beta build includes the following changes:
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- Chromium stops saving files for any large downloads (Issue 49216)
- Fix crash with SSL client auth (Issue 49197)
- Option clicking a link now saves a resource directly without triggering a “Save As...” dialog (Issue 36775)
Mac
- Implement the upgrade available notification on the Wrench menu (Issue 45147)
- Implement the new, unified Wrench menu (Issue 47848)
Linux
- Fixed tab dragging glitches with newer GDEs (Issue 48774)
- Access GNOME Keyring on the main thread to fix a crash for some users (Issue 48343)
To download this Chrome check out this page .

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kemical

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Canary-cautious Chrome users can check out the Dev Channel for a fresh build (6.0.472.11) of Google's desktop browser which is available in all three main flavors - Windows, Linux and Mac OS.

This latest release comes with UI tweaks and a generally cleaner look, and also contains fixes to various stability problems. As always, you can see this page for links to the Chrome build: The Chromium Projects: Early Access Release Channels

Ref: Chrome 6.0.472.11 gets pushed into the Dev channel | TechConnect Magazine
 

Mitchell_A

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Google has pushed the latest devloper build of Chrome, 6.0.472.25

This update contains minor UI and stability fixes, though it also introduces a new problem with launching Chrome after the installation/update if you have a different browser set as your default.

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kemical

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After quite a lot of Dev channel releases, the first Chrome 6 build to have a beta tag (v6.0.472.33) has been made available to the general public for testing and, why not, regular use. The Chrome 6 beta is up to 64% faster than the latest Chrome 5 release and it comes with added features too.

Among the new functions offered are Autofill - to help complete web forms quickly and easily and synchronization for extensions and Autofill data. The user interface has also been updated (streamlined upper toolbar, all-in-one options menu), while stability was increased.

To download Chrome 6.0.472.33 beta for Windows, Mac OS or Linux check out this page : Early Access Release Channels - The Chromium Projects


I'm using this beta myself and it's speed is absolutely incredible!
 
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kemical

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Chrome 6 has finally entered its beta stage this week but if you want the freshest build of Google's browser you'll have to go through the Dev channel and download the 6.0.490.1 version released today for Windows, Mac OS and Linux.

Chrome 6.0.490.1 is available here and features the following changelog:
Early Access Release Channels - The Chromium Projects

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- Late binding enabled for SSL sockets: High priority SSL requests are now always sent to the server first.

- Fixed focus problems with restoring from minimize.

- Fixed Cannot add an address properly in the "AutoFill options" dialog box.

- Several fixes and checks relating to syncing extensions.

- Click-to-play is now behind the --enable-click-to-play command line switch.

- Fixed several issues with click-to-play.

Mac

- Various tweaks and fixes to the Wrench menu.

- Fix a bug with the Custom Homepages preference.

Linux

- Fixed broken thumbnail images in new tab window.


Ref: Chrome 6.0.490.1 hits the Dev Channel | TechConnect Magazine
 

Mitchell_A

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Google has made available for download the first taste of the next major version of its open source browser, Chrome 7.0.

Read more and download:
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kemical

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I don't think there's any real major changes with the above release but thanks for updating the thread.. :)
 

Mitchell_A

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Google has finally landed version 6 of Chrome.

You can grab the download from here:
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kemical

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We can now get the latest Chrome Stable and Beta build which is known as version 6.0.472.55, is available for Windows, Mac OS and Linux, and features several bug fixes.

The changelog of Chrome 6.0.472.55 looks a little something like this:

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- Failures when using autocomplete (issue 51727, 52940)

- Default search engine settings wiped out (issue 10913)

- Shift reload not working (issue 1906)

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- Importing data from other browsers when chrome is set as default (bug 53655)

- Chrome can't be made default browser when it already exists (bug 53656)

Ref: Chrome Beta and Stable builds updated too | TechConnect Magazine

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cybercore

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Remember not so long ago we discussed enhanced html editor feature in browsers, so Chrome already has it. Getting better and better.
 
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