Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Beta and Stable Channel Update

The Stable channel has been updated to 12.0.742.122 for Windows, Mac and Chrome Frame; and 12.0.742.124 for Linux.


The Beta channel has also been updated to 13.0.782.55 for Windows, Mac and Chrome Frame; and 13.0.782.56 for Linux.


These releases contain an updated version of the Adobe Flash Player.


If you find a new issue, please let us know by filing a bug.

Anthony Laforge
Google Chrome

18 comments:

Liverpool21 said...

Anyone have any idea how long roughly till we updated to version 13.

Also any ideas what else was fixed in the stable channel this time around

divilex said...

Liverpool21@ - 1. Every 6 weeks we get a new stable release which puts the next release around the 19th of this month (July). 2. The only change in this release is an updated version of flash player.

Charly NET said...

I want that the stable channel be updated to the version 13, because I really want to use the Instant Pages feature.

Rafael said...

I can not take much more waiting for the stable version of Google Chrome 13. Google please walk faster with the release of Chrome 13.

Jeff DeNapoli said...

when will chrome correctly respect embedded ICC profiles in photos? 12 versions and no luck so far, while FF3 and above and all versions of safari have done it for years.

Epic Images said...

This is not stable for me I keep having to kill pages.

captainjy said...

Noticing some stuttering myself. Seems laggy.

solcroft said...

Extension icons do not show in Omnibar if page is loaded by Google Instant: http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=89395

David said...

Chrome has got to be the best browser in town.
Updated google algorithm explained nicely!

Emannxx said...

I can't update my Google Chrome. Since 3 weeks ago that I receive "Error 4" when I try to update it manually (wrench->about google chrome).

I searched the error on Google and it seems that more people are having trouble.

Does anyone knows how to fix this?

gloonie said...

Is anyone having a problem with Facebook on Chrome (Kubuntu Linux Natty)? It started a couple of days ago and the screen looks all screwed up, with some portions overlaying others. Or is it just me?

LadySidi said...
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LadySidi said...

Is there any plans to add a "Clear Casches on Exit button? Opera has it, and I find it really useful.

TickledPink said...

Chrome became completely unresponsive for me as of today. For the past few days it has been lagging a lot, but now I cannot use it at all.

Windows 7 on 64bit.

Please fix this as I am having to use IEeeeeeeeeeek!

Justin Freid said...

The entire time I've used this stable build on OS X, it's reported that "A new version of Google Chrome is available" even though I think 12.0.742.122 is, and has been, current.
The auto-update functionality for Chrome on OS X is a little wonky.

Anna Bern said...

wow!

a said...

WHERE IS CHROME 13 STABLE ?


IT HAS BEEN 7 WEEKS SINCE CHROME 12 WAS RELEASED

fingers said...

The latest release of Chrome 12 is absolutely awful (on WinXP at least, but I have heard similar complaints about the OSX version). Frequently crashes on start-up and when opening new tabs, and takes 30-60 seconds to repaint a maximised page when restoring from minimised after leaving at alone for say 10 mins. This occurs even with 1 or 2 tabs open only, and no extensions installed.

How this can be classed as stable is beyond me. The nightly versions of Firefox seem more stable (and much faster) than this 'release' version of Chrome!

Please fix Chrome, it used to be a great browser but now seems to be falling apart at the seams