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Chrome is a fast, simple, and secure web browser, built for the modern web.
Chrome 7 is even faster!
Google Chrome 7.0.517.0 is in the Dev Channel Google has now made available a new Chrome build through the Dev Channel, the 7.0.517.0 version which is available for Windows and Linux users and mostly contains fixes. The full changelog of this latest release looks like this: All - added about:labs (a list of experimental features available) - Fewer wstrings in the bookmark code - Problems visiting http://localhost in various network configurations should be resolved Linux - Issue 29333 - use_system_xml causes many sites to fail to load - Remove libxml hack that is not needed after we rolled in the WebKit fix - Fix default browser selection on KDE 4 on many RPM-based distributions. Download here: Dev channel: Google Chrome for Windows - Terms and Conditions Agreement Ref: Google Chrome 7.0.517.0 is in the Dev Channel | TechConnect Magazine I currently use this build and love it. Highly recommended
I thank you I just updated Chrome. I am trying it out. My current default is Fire Fox Chrome seems to do quite well though. I use Chrome at times and I also use MSIE 8 at times.
Chrome Stable and Beta channels updated, shed more bugs Both the Stable and Beta channels of Google's Chrome browser have moved up to version 6.0.472.59, the purpose of this update being to fix multiple vulnerabilities, including one rated 'critical' and six deemed 'high'. The list of bugs resolved with this new release includes the following: - [Mac only]  Critical Fix bug 45400 properly on the Mac. -  High Use-after-free when using document APIs during parse. -  High Use-after-free in SVG styles. -  High Use-after-free with nested SVG elements. -  High Race condition in console handling. -  High Memory corruption in Geolocation. - [Linux only]  High Memory corruption in Khmer handling. - [Linux only]  Low Possible browser assert in cursor handling. -  Low Unlikely browser crash in pop-up blocking. -  Low Failure to prompt for extension history access Ref: Chrome Stable and Beta channels updated, shed more bugs | TechConnect Magazine Download: Google Chrome - Get a fast new browser. For PC, Mac, and Linux
Google has now let loose a fresh Chrome 7.0 build through the Dev Channel but unfortunately, it doesn't have anything shockingly new/cool to steal some of the IE9 beta's shine with - it's a big fixing release that resolves some crashes and minor issues. Those interested in keeping up-to-date with Chrome can download the 7.0.517.8 Download: Early Access Release Channels - The Chromium Projects Ref: Chromium Dev Channel updated with new Chrome build | TechConnect Magazine
Google has released Version 6.0.472.62 of the Chrome browser. This version contains several security fixes and an update of the built-in Flash plugin to address a security issue.
Chrome Stable and Beta channels get a new bugfix update Still no jump to Chrome 7 but the Beta and Stable builds of Google Chrome are still kept fresh with updates that resolve various issues. The latest such release is version 6.0.472.63 which is available for all desktop platform and fixes a bug in V8 with direct loading of global function prototypes. Ref: Chrome Stable and Beta channels get a new bugfix update | TechConnect Magazine Download: Google Chrome - Get a fast new browser. For PC, Mac, and Linux
This article is about the 6.0xxx version o9f Chrome, I am using the version 7.0.517.8 the latest updated version of Chrome for evaluation purposes, my Primary browser is FF
To Clarify: The above version (version 6.0.472.63) is actually the latest 'stable' build. Chrome 7.0.517.8 is a development build..
Well developmental build is working great for me, if that is the case
Same here sarge.. To say it's only a dev build it's incredibly stable and I've yet to have a problem with it..
The dev version of chrome has been updated to 7.0.544.0 . If your already running the dev mode then it's likely that you've updated already. Multiple fixes stability wise.. Download: Early Access Release Channels - The Chromium Projects
Google's WebKit-loving browser squad has now let loose the first Chrome 8.0 build through the Dev channel, the 8.0.552.0 version which is said to feature 'a number of stability and other improvements', including added support for GPU acceleration. The GPU Accelerated Canvas 2D option can be found on the about:labs page and is disabled by default. Early Access Release Channels - The Chromium Projects
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Google has released Version 7.0.517.41 of the Chrome browser. Changes in this version include an updated HTML5 parser, directory upload via input tag, and a large number of bug fixes.
I am using the latest and greatest Beta of Chrome Download Google Chrome 8.0.552.5 Beta - FileHippo.com
Yup I posted the update a while back.. See above.
Chrome fans and developers can now get their hands on a new version of Chrome's browser courtesy of the Dev Channel. Build 8.0.552.18 is said to feature stability fixes as well as more polish. Early Access Release Channels - The Chromium Projects Ref: Chrome 8.0.552.18 out in the Dev channel | TechConnect Magazine