The Version appears as 18.0.1025.116 only instead of 117. Is it a typo.
What's with unusual amount of Beta's?The Dev Channel is supposed to be more frequent... How about a Dev update for Chromebooks this week, tired of waiting and might have to switch to Chromium OS instead:(
W.G. - there u go: http://googlechromereleases.blogspot.com/2012/03/dev-and-beta-channels-update-for.html
Nope, that's just a R18 update, I want R19 for Series 5 and Acers. There hasn't been an Dev 19 update since the 5th...
What W.G. said.Rapid "Whack A Mole" style updating and tinkering with core features are things one expects on the Dev Channel, not Beta.Chrome Team:If part of the problem is you are lacking sufficient Dev Channel users to catch serious issues sooner, maybe leverage the fact you now have Google+ at your disposal.Put a shout out asking for more Dev testers on your G+ page.
Steve said... "Put a shout out asking for more Dev testers on your G+ page." i totally agree with that one.. more testers, more stability faster dev periods = more satisfied Chrome users. I switche from firefox.. and i just fell in love with the auto Synchronization feature.. still testing - dev_22.214.171.124.1 ..so far, so good on(Windows XP Pro x86)
@W.G because stable 18 is coming on march 26.
@ChromeFanWhere can u see the release date of the stable version ? :)
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