Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Beta Channel Update

The Beta channel has been updated to 28.0.1500.44 for Windows, Mac, and Chrome Frame, and 28.0.1500.45 for Linux.  Full details about what changes are in this build are available in the SVN revision log.

For more information about features coming to Chrome, check out the Chrome Blog.

Interested in switching release channels? Find out how. If you find a new issue, please let us know by filing a bug.

Anthony Laforge
Google Chrome

7 comments:

Patrick said...

Please give us our New Tab Page back.

Patrick Minze

Vitus Capital said...

the file-a-bug link is broken

Unknown said...

Please give us our
--disable-new-menu-style
back.

pureocean said...

@Unknown: Chromium/Chrome-developers take no notice of our feedbacks. Save your breath. They don't bring back "--disable-new-menu-style". They had already made up their mind.

I'm stuck in 27.x which is why. I not never use 28.x version. When remain incapable or outdated, replaced with Opera 15.x, Yandex or Comodo Dragon.

As if Chrome-developers care for users.

Antonio said...

Chrome is going in the wrong direction. Latest chrome builds are getting slower and showing more bugs then ever. The New Tab page is TRASH! I hate to search Google only with the omnibox why does the actual search box in Google disappear if you use omnibox? Also if you search really fast from omnibox, your bookmarks bar disappears. I'm thinking of using IE11 instead of chrome now because it's faster.

Александр Чухлебов said...

Dear Chrome team! Explain to me pls how can i go to my apps page ? Every time i have to go to address bar and type "chrome://apps" ((

Antonio said...

@Александр Чухлебов I had the same problem. It would appear that the apps page is nowhere to be found unless you go to chrome://apps. So the only way to fix this is to bookmark that page and you can place it in your bookmarks bar.