Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Stable Channel Update

The Stable channel has been updated to 26.0.1410.63 for Mac and Linux; 26.0.1410.64 for Windows and Chrome Frame. This release contains stability improvements, and a new version of Adobe Flash.  Full details about what changes are in this build are available in the SVN revision log. Interested in switching release channels? Find out how. If you find a new issue, please let us know by filing a bug.

Dharani Govindan
Google Chrome


Det said...
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Luca Schiavoni said...

I have always wondered why Chrome does not have a prompt that asks you if you really want to shut down all tabs (something that firefox and IE have).

Obviously, the disruption is generally minimal because you can retrieve your tabs when you re-open the browser, but sometimes you lose data in forms you were filling out, or payments you were making, etc.

Is there a particular reason why this has never been implemented?

Thanks, and keep up the great work!

Leo Miao said...


I hope this can help you.

Luca Schiavoni said...

Hi Leo
it does, thanks! Still, I wonder why this has to be part of an extension rather than a default feature embedded in the browser...

l4cboynton said...

I noticed the compatibility on Chrome decreased with this update from 468 to 453 when using the web test tool http://html5test.com/

KP said...

Finally! This version removes mostly the 'snow' in youtube video's and others!

Rafael Hilário said...

I've always liked and used Google Chrome since its stable version 0, but this latest release of the final version 26.0.1410.64 for Windows seems that there is something wrong with the browser was slower to load pages and give sites with flash, try rolling when the page is loading and that even after the page loaded latch and costs to complete the rollover and crashes frequently. Please resolve this bug as it will change to internet explorer 10 which is much faster than Google Chrome 26.0.1410.64 final.

Lawrence Orah said...

What Stability Improvements are included in Chrome 26.0.1410.64 release?

Michael Kolowich said...

Why, for heaven's sake, is Flash Player 11.7/Pepper being incorporated into a stable version of Chrome, when there are still so many problems in 11.7 that Adobe itself hasn't released it out of beta?

We have been flooded with reports from clients of our company that Flash content is no longer viewable reliably in Chrome. Adobe has the bug and is addressing it...but unfortunately Chrome is rolling it out as an automatic update as if it's stable release.

Updater beware!

Linus Larsson said...

We have so much trouble with the windows version 26.0.1410.64 And the Mac 26.0.1410.65.
When changing the img src on object it totally get locked up and the memory starts to grow up to 1.3 Gb after a few minutes. Did work in prior version and still works on te Linux 26.0.1410.63 version.

I would like to know if a new version is around the corner?

Wil Lierop van said...

Dear all,

Since 26.0.1410.64m the performance went downhill very fast. I have miriads of problems related to flash sites.

I hope this get fixed soon.

kind regards,
A chrome fanboy

raphaelbm said...

On the release it says: "If you find a new issue, please let us know by filing a bug. Dharani Govindan"

When I go to click the link to file a bug I get the message: "This website is temporarily unavailable, please try again later."

Ooops Dharani Govindan!!! I waited a long time but still cannot file a bug. Please fixx this soon. Raphael