Friday, July 29, 2011

Beta Channel Update for Chromebooks

The Google Chrome team is happy to announce the release of Chrome 13 on the Beta Channel for Chromebooks (Acer AC700, Samsung Series 5, and Cr-48).


Chrome version 13.0.782.107 (Platform version 587.93)

Known issue: 18358 - If you disable the modem while attempting to connect to 3G (while the status shows as "Connecting"), attempting to reconnect to 3G mistakenly shows that it is connected. The network status displays 3G as being active when actually it is not connected. Workaround: Restart the machine.

If you find new issues, please let us know by visiting our help site or filing a bug. You can also submit feedback using "Report an issue" under the wrench icon. Interested in switching to the Beta channel? Find out how.

Danielle Drew
Google Chrome

20 comments:

Rafael said...

And none of the 13 final version until now. Google is where the final version 13? Users of the stable channel can not stand to wait is taking too long.

P-A said...

I want Chrome 13 Stable :( !!!

Jan said...

Wow, what's with all the self-entitlement? Nobody's dying from using 12.

William said...

You people are having a major reading comprehension fail!

This is an update for Beta Channel
CHROMEBOOKS, Stop posting the Stable 13 NONSENSE!

Steve1209 said...

@William,

I agree man, they post every DEV release also "where is the stable". Pick a channel people, Stable, Beta or Dev, what do you want to test, please STOP bitching in other channels for a Stable release!

John said...

Yes please, use the channel that suits your needs, this for those trying the BETA RELEASES.

John

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thr don said...

Rafael,Chrome are doing a great job,if your not happy use another browser! the don.

luister said...

I wanna use chrome 15 stable version hehehe....

pspmodel2001 said...

Im just wondering here, but if I switch to the stable channel, will it wipe my SSD?

Steve1967 said...

I am running the beta channel and I think Google is doing just fine. We are just supposed to test and report bugs. Not demand what we want from Google. Google wouldn't even tolerate that from their own employees. I am thankful to Google to have a stable OS and a CR48. I think I will just be happy.

Steve1967 said...

pspmodel2001: If you switch backwards to Stable you will just stay on the current build you are on until the stable channel catches up to where you are. I have tested this. Your stateful partition will remain as is.

pspmodel2001 said...

Steve1967: Thanks for the info. Will Do it when I get a chance to.

barnuska said...

hello

Google Chrome usb portable?

William said...

barnuska,

Chrome OS is for OEM'S/Chromebooks only.... You can use Chromium OS,
However. http://goo.gl/wKAWK

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jos_mh said...

This world feels so much entitlement these days. Wow. It's sick. Google makes Chrome. We use Chrome. That's the way it is. If you want something specific, Google has even been nice enough to allow you to do that. Go learn programming, then download the Chromium source, edit, and compile yourself... Google's going way beyond what is required of them with regards to developing Chrome.

Magento said...

I like to use Google Chrome.But I am facing one problem with this.Its not saving my search results.When I am closing the browser, all the sites are getting closed.But In Firefox I am getting the option to save my searches.How can I do that in Chrome?
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