Lately lot of security fixes in Chrome :(
is there a beta release today?
Robert Swiecki for president. Keep up the good work! (and the other developers, please drink more coffee)
@joesixgig: +1, I'm voting for Robert :) @Manish: well we could always leave them unfixed if you prefer :P More seriously, the good news is that many of them are being found by internal audits, and it remains very rare for Chromium to take a "Critical" bug. Also note that the Chromium Security Reward program is going very well and resulting in a slight increase in vulnerability load.
Where we can find the download link
Are these fixes included in dev release?
@Chris: I did not mean that :(. I really like the security model of Chrome, just that I was wishing for a release which has more new features (like bug 19, 266)..
Google Wave does not work with this release, no one else has the same problem?
Same old "Error 3: Update server unavailable" when checking the version. Thx.
Where we can find the download link???
Sorry for the slightly off-track question: When is a stable build for Linux expected? Why is it taking so long?
Google Wave doesn't seem to be working...
Rajesh: The first stable version for Linux and Mac is supposed to be Google Chrome 5, but there's a number of features planned for that release, so Linux users will still have to wait a while longer.According to the Chromium Development Calendar (at http://www.chromium.org/developers/calendar ), the stable release date is yet to be decided upon.But that Chromium is apparently going code complete on April 30, is a good sign. :) As a non-Googler guess from me, I'd say it may go stable sometime this summer? Maybe June? *shrug* But the Betas have pretty good quality these days too.
@Jug: Thank you very much for the very patient explanation! :)@Mike and Mary Jones: Google Wave is not working for me too.
history management is really bad. not easy to del management
Chrome does not want to update to version 18.104.22.1689. Currently in version 22.214.171.1245, he said he is up to date?!
From omahaproxy.appspot.com:> win,stable,126.96.36.1995,188.8.131.529The order should be reversed.Currently I can't update to 184.108.40.2069 from 249.1045.
crashing on me like a mofokuku! It's like open a Google Chrome instance, surf opening a few tabs, then what: has CRASHED! do u want to restart? Start again, only to crash again--LIKE PRACTICALLY RIGHT AWAY AS I *JUST* REstarted IT--LIKE, WHAT, 15 seconds ago (YES, SECONDS, PEOPLE--NOT EXAGGERATING TOO MUCH, AT ALL)!!! WTF? YES, *THAT* FREQUENT!!!!!!! I think I'm giving up Google Chrome! THIS IS NONSENSE B.S.!! GOOGLE, I think u r rushing (to dominance) so dropping ball on QC!!using 220.127.116.119 released 042010 T! And STABLE version too! THIS HAPPENING FOR U GUYS TOO??????????????????WTF, GOOGLE, U SUX!
Google Wave is working for me today in this release. I guess it was an error in Wave, that has been fixed now.@thinkNsidedabunNOToutsidedabox: I have not had any crashes. And I usually have 8-15 tabs open simultaneously.
i have crash i got crash in google chrpme More than any other browserWHY ???
oh gosh! thanks about the bookmarks bar shortcut..now it's on track! ;)keep up the good work..
Downloaded latest version to try to correct issue but Kapersky still finds the vulnerability in Chrome and also something in Java which I have also updated. What else can I do?
My Windows 7 updated, but my XP laptop stays at 1045 and reports to by uptodate. What might be my problem?
Its very interesting and very informative and i really like your approach.
I found this bug after upgrading to this version. On some sites, clicking the middle mouse button leads to the discovery of links, rather than a new tab on this link.
I can't get this version.Chrome says : 18.104.22.1685 is uptodate.
I concur, my Google Chrome will still not update to the latest Stable version despite it being one week old. I'm running Vista.
@Chris- Its already more than 10 days that 22.214.171.1249 was released, but the bugs are still marked private. Any idea, by when they will be made public? I would assume that by now the latest update must be pushed to majority of users... Is that not the case?
my Chrome on XP jumped up directly to 1064 without 1059
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