Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Stable Channel Update for Chrome OS

The Stable channel has been updated to 25.0.1364.87 (Platform version: 3428.149.0 for all Chrome OS Devices except for Samsung Chromebooks. This build contains a number of new features, bug fixes and security improvements. Machines will be receiving updates over the next several days.

Release Highlights:

  • Updated Flash to 11.6.602.169
  • HTML5 Content Decryption Module (CDM) with WebM support
  • Extended Desktop Mode (multi-monitors) now supported
  • App Launcher now supports re-ordering
  • Intelligent Window positioning (if you don't manually move your windows, we will arrange them to show you more at all times)
  • Tap dragging is now a user preference.
  • Encrypted Media Extensions are enabled by default
  • Modifications to the system tray to display accessibility options.
  • Improved accessibility controls in the status area, out of box experience, and login page
  • Numerous crash fixes, stability improvements, security enhancements, and more

Known Issues:

  • When connecting to a wifi captive portal, logging out and adding a new user will show the captive portal overlay but never hide it. Workaround: Logout and login again.

If you find new issues, please let us know by visiting our help site or filing a bug. Interested in switching channels? Find out how. You can submit feedback using ‘Report an issue...’ in the Chrome menu (3 horizontal bars in the upper right corner of the browser).

Danielle Drew
Google Chrome

14 comments:

Andrew Rabon said...

Samsung Chromebooks still stuck on 23... thanks Google!

/obligatory complaint comment

Niko Strijbol said...

I can't believe someone typed this post and did not notice it: it says updates for all except for Samsung Chromebooks (God knows why). But then hey, what's this? A fix for Samsung Chromebooks! Uh? I thought they didn't have the update? Why should you include a fix if the broken ones aren't updated?

Andrew Rabon said...

It also lists a fix for ARM devices, lol.

felt said...

Is this a stable update, or a beta update? http://omahaproxy.appspot.com/history lists 25.0.1364.87 as a beta update.

Vivek Kamath said...

My Chromebook updated to this Stable OS version. Is that bad?

Zach Frazier said...

Why not Samsung Chromebooks?

Justin said...

I've also got a samsung chromebook. can i expect an update soon as well?

to be honest i bought the chromebook partially because it had hdmi support but so far it's been terrible and i've been really disappointed

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Corey Williams said...

I just received the update on my Samsung Chromebook. Nothing seems to be broken. Thanks Google.

Joe Vivona said...

Our samsungs got the 25 update, but all our acers are stuck at 23
Any one else seeing this?

Andrew Rabon said...

No but my ARM Samsung is still on 23, and says it's up to date. :(

GIFs still suck. >_<

Ryan Williams said...

Running 25 on my Samsung ARM as of 10 minutes ago - so far so good. Did this resolve the native Netflix issue? (I dropped my netflix subscription so I cant check).

Sarah said...

Netflix still does not work on the arm version - just gave it a whirl.