Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Beta Channel Update

The Beta channel has been updated to 9.0.597.83 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chrome Frame.

This is primarily a stability/ minor bug fix release and the set of changes can be found here.

If you find new issues, please let us know by filing a bug at 
http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/entry

Anthony Laforge
Google Chrome

14 comments:

a9l8e7n said...

Getting very close to the final release!! Keep up the good work. hopefully we will see a stable by thursday which is the 8 week mark.

CRISTIAN.A said...

9.0.597.67 in HTML5 test 290 point and 13 bonus.

9.0.597.83 in HTML5 test 285 point and 13 bonus

why?

S├ębastien said...

In Chrome 9 there is the WebP image format! I am very eager to deploy it on my websites when stable release will out.

Fabio_Rulez said...

@cristian.a: because IndexedDB support(5pts) was removed in M9 because of stability issues. Will be back in M10

Mike said...

Great release.
I'm wondering when we'll get native smooth scrolling?

Rafael said...

Betas are several versions and none of Final version of Google Chrome 9. Where is the final version of Google Chrome 9?

Jonas N said...

The final version of Chrome 9 will be released when the beta is deemed stable enough.

Rafael said...

I know that but a few months back here the chrome is taking too long to release updates the stable mainly occurring with more frequency.

I am said...

Google CloudPrint is asking for a 9.x version of Chrome but the auto updater is only updating to 8.0.552.237.

When doing a manual install i get error 3.

:(

raducu83 said...

@I am ...wait another week or so , stable 9 should be released :D

romka said...

instant preview from the omibox has dissapeared

Diego_SAG#1 said...

8 weeks?? lets hope they dont drag it on much longer. according to their new release policy (http://blog.chromium.org/2010/07/release-early-release-often.html) if something was not stable enough they'd just push it to future releases... why aren't they doing that now?

I'm just sayin...

Layle said...

Remember, X-Mas holiday was end of December and Beginning of January. I am quite sure this would delay any software release a couple of weeks or so. A lot of places, in the US at least, have vacation time during that period.

Ive said...

This one is very unstable, constand different crashes, hoping for new update or way to reverse to previus version.