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The Chrome Dev Channel is currently serving a new version of Google's browser for Windows, Mac OS and Linux. The 8.0.552.23 release comes with multiple stability fixes, it resolves some sign-in issues, a problem with importing from Firefox, and it unfortunately has accelerated 2D canvas disabled.
Chrome 8.0.552.23 can be downloaded from this page.


Ref: Chrome 8.0.552.23 loses some bugs, accelerated 2D canvas | TechConnect Magazine
 


#82
Thanks that is the version I have been running
 


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The Chrome Dev Channel has once again been updated and is now hosting the 9.0.570.0 version of Google's browser which is available for all major desktop platform - Windows, Mac OS and Linux, and comes with various bug fixes.
Chrome 9.0.570.0 resolves the following issues:
Mac
- Make sure the dock icon is updated after closing an incognito window with an in-progress download (Issue 48391)
Linux
- Fix incorrect border colors in incognito mode. (Issue 52815)
Security
- Require a user gesture when opening file choose dialog and make sure file choose dialog from invisible windows can not be displayed (Issue 58319)
... and is available for download on this page

Ref: Chrome 9.0.570.0 out to fix more bugs | TechConnect Magazine
 


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Chrome 7.0.517.44 stable update available, brings security fixes
Written by Cristian Thursday 04 November 2010 - 14:14 | Tags: 7.0.517.44, browser, chrome, Google

While the Dev Channel can brag with reaching version 9.0 of Google's browser, today the Chrome Stable Channel has to settle for another 7.0 release, more specifically, version 7.0.517.44, which is available for Windows, Mac OS and Linux.

This new Chrome build includes the following bug fixes:

- [51602] High Use-after-free in text editing.

- [55257] High Memory corruption with enormous text area.

- [58657] High Bad cast with the SVG use element.

- [58731] High Invalid memory read in XPath handling.

- [58741] High Use-after-free in text control selections.

- [Linux only] [59320] High Integer overflows in font handling.

- [60055] High Memory corruption in libvpx.

- [60238] High Bad use of destroyed frame object.

- [60327] [60769] [61255] High Type confusions with event objects.

- [60688] High Out-of-bounds array access in SVG handling.

... and can be downloaded from this page : Google Chrome - Get a fast new browser. For PC, Mac, and Linux
 


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Chrome 7.0.517.44 stable update available, brings security fixes
Written by Cristian Thursday 04 November 2010 - 14:14 | Tags: 7.0.517.44, browser, chrome, Google

While the Dev Channel can brag with reaching version 9.0 of Google's browser, today the Chrome Stable Channel has to settle for another 7.0 release, more specifically, version 7.0.517.44, which is available for Windows, Mac OS and Linux.

This new Chrome build includes the following bug fixes:

- [51602] High Use-after-free in text editing.

- [55257] High Memory corruption with enormous text area.

- [58657] High Bad cast with the SVG use element.

- [58731] High Invalid memory read in XPath handling.

- [58741] High Use-after-free in text control selections.

- [Linux only] [59320] High Integer overflows in font handling.

- [60055] High Memory corruption in libvpx.

- [60238] High Bad use of destroyed frame object.

- [60327] [60769] [61255] High Type confusions with event objects.

- [60688] High Out-of-bounds array access in SVG handling.

... and can be downloaded from this page : Google Chrome - Get a fast new browser. For PC, Mac, and Linux
 


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The Dev Channel has just been added two more Chrome builds that feature an updated Flash Player plug-in. The releases include version 9.0.570.1 for Windows and Linux and version 9.0.572.0 for Mac, the latter also boasting a fix for a crashing bug.

Chrome 9.0.570.1 and 9.0.572.0 can both be downloaded from here: Early Access Release Channels - The Chromium Projects

Ref: Google Chrome 9.0.570.1 & 9.0.572.0 come with fresh Flash | TechConnect Magazine
 


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The Dev Channel has just been added two more Chrome builds that feature an updated Flash Player plug-in. The releases include version 9.0.570.1 for Windows and Linux and version 9.0.572.0 for Mac, the latter also boasting a fix for a crashing bug.

Chrome 9.0.570.1 and 9.0.572.0 can both be downloaded from here: Early Access Release Channels - The Chromium Projects

Ref: Google Chrome 9.0.570.1 & 9.0.572.0 come with fresh Flash | TechConnect Magazine
 


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Yet another Dev Channel update of Google's browser is upon us but it only comes for Windows and Linux, no Mac version just yet. Known as Chrome 9.0.576.0, this new release resolves several bugs that can lead to crashes.

Beside killing bugs, Chrome 9.0.576.0 includes:

All

- Typing on a form with highlighted profile, keeps its highlighted value. (Issue 58774)

- Handle selection changes due to AutoFill more carefully. (Issue 58774)

- Autofill popup labels should reflect the contents of the HTML form. (Issue 58887)

Linux

- Port SSLClientSocketNSS to use Windows CryptoAPI for SSL client authentication. (Issue 37560)

To download the browser just see the above post.
 


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A new Dev Channel release of Google's browser, version 9.0.597.10, has now been made available and while it lacks fresh features, it does include stability fixes and minor UI tweaks to boost the user's experience.
Chrome 9.0.597.10 comes in two flavors - for Windows and Mac OS, and can be found on this page .
 


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Google has released Version 8.0.552.224 of the Chrome browser. This version contains a range of security and bug fixes.
 


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Now that Chrome 9.x entered beta, Google has also updated its dev build and put out the first Chrome 10 release which includes new WebKit (534.15) and V8 (3.0.2.1) versions, more fixes, and some platform-specific tweaks.
In the Windows build the Google Cloud Print sign-in interface has been moved and can be found in Under the Hood, while the Mac release comes with:
- Various minor tweaks to tab overview mode
- 25% less logspew when loading the PDF plugin
- Sandbox the GPU process
- Experimental popup blocker animation
- Fix stuck hover state in bookmark button
Chrome 10.0.612.1 for Windows, Mac and Linux can be downloaded from this page .

Ref: Chrome 10.0.612.1 pops up on Dev Channel, has updated V8, WebKit | TechConnect Magazine
 


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Google has made the first Chrome Dev Channel update of 2011 by offering developers and enthusiasts with the 10.0.628.0 build of the Chrome browser. This latest version comes for Windows and Linux, and includes WebKit and V8 updates, as well as a fix for a shutdown crash bug.
Chrome 10.0.628.0 can be downloaded via this page .

Ref: Dev channel added Chrome 10.0.628.0 for Windows, Linux | TechConnect Magazine
 


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Thanks mine just updated
 


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Web search hegemony holder Google has made available a new Chrome beta release for Windows users which restores Flash Player, accelerated composting and WebGL sandboxing on Vista and Windows 7 but not Windows XP.
As its predecessors, the Chrome 9.0.597.47 beta can be downloaded from within this page

Ref: Chrome 9.0.597.47 beta (for Windows) brings back sandboxed Flash Player | TechConnect Magazine
 


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Google has announced its intention to drop, yes drop, support for the H.264 codec in future Chrome builds. Despite H.264's extended use for web videos, Google believes that with Chrome it needs to support open standards so it will focus on supporting WebM (VP8) and Theora video codecs.
H.264 support will be taken out later this year and until then Chrome fans have have a new dev build to play with. Chrome 10.0.634.0 is available here for Windows, Mac and Linux and it includes an updated V8 engine (3.0.6.1) as well as fixes for several bugs.


Ref: Google Chrome to lose H.264 support, new dev build available | TechConnect Magazine
 


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Google has made available a new stable build of the Chrome browser which targets all major x86 platforms - Windows, Mac OS and Linux, and includes nothing but security fixes.
The list of bugs crushed in Chrome 8.0.552.237 features the following:
- [68666] Critical Stale pointer in speech handling.
- [65764] High Bad pointer handling in node iteration.
- [66560] High Stale pointer with CSS + canvas.
- [66334] High Crashes when printing multi-page PDFs.
- [66748] High Stale pointer with CSS + cursors.
- [67100] High Use after free in PDF page handling.
- [67208] High Stack corruption after PDF out-of-memory condition.
- [67303] High Bad memory access with mismatched video frame sizes.
- [67363] High Stale pointer with SVG use element.
- [68115] High Vorbis decoder buffer overflows.
- [68170] High Buffer overflow in PDF shading.
- [68178] High Bad cast in anchor handling.
- [68181] High Bad cast in video handling.
- [68439] High Stale rendering node after DOM node removal.
- [58053] Medium Browser crash in extensions notification handling.
- [67393] Medium Uninitialized pointer in the browser triggered by rogue extension.
This latest Chrome release is available at www.google.com/chrome

Ref: Chrome 8.0.552.237 stable brings more fixes | TechConnect Magazine
 


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Google has released Version 9.0.597.84 of the Chrome browser. This version adds new features including WebGL support, Chrome Instant and the Chrome Web Store, along with a range of security and bug fixes.
 


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Google has released Version 9.0.597.94 of the Chrome browser. This version contains an updated version of Flash as well as security fixes.
 


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Google has released Version 9.0.597.98 of the Chrome browser. This version contains a bug fix.
 


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Chrome fans craving more speed, more features and fewer bugs are now being offered by Google the 10.0.648.82 beta and 11.0.672.2 dev builds which can be installed on all three major desktop platforms - Windows, Mac OS and Linux.
For those who don't mind an almost ready for primetime browser, the 10.0.648.82 offers:
- a new version of V8 - Crankshaft - which greatly improves javascript performance
- New settings pages that open in a tab, rather than a dialog box
- Improved security with malware reporting and disabling outdated plugins by default
- Password sync as part of Chrome Sync now enabled by default
- GPU Accelerated Video
- Background WebApps
- webNavigation extension API
People who can gamble on a more advanced but also more crash-likely Chrome can get 11.0.672.2 which includes the following:
All
- Updated V8 - 3.1.4.0
- Fixed the crash when loading tabbed options in some cases.
- Fixed a crash triggered when canceling a download.
- Fixed a crash triggered by form resubmissions.
- FTP: fixed a compatibility issue.
- XSS Auditor re-designed and enabled by default (still experimental).
Mac
- Fixed a crash during plugin shutdown
- Tab overview mode is on by default.
- Added unspoofable infobars.
- Accelerometer data is more reliable.
Whichever build you prefer, you can get it from this page .

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