Thank you very much for the prompt release in line with MS and Adobe updates! Makes updating corporate images much easier.
I have a serious bug - random webpages are causing Chrome stable on 10.9.4 (Mac OSX) to hang completely and crash the browser, forcing me to Force Quit.I've cleared everything, even Library, System Cache, etc. Nothing works! A tab will hang and all other tabs will freeze - no mouseovers, nothing!Please look into this.
This update has hi-jacked my play/pause button on the keyboard.Works perfectly in Play Music but does nothing in iTunes now!How can I disable this?
Hi!I use Google Chrome 36.0.1985.143 m x86 on Windows 8.1 Pro, August Update (Update 2). I noticed that Chrome always notifies me that I should restart my browser because of a browser update. I do that, but after that the message doesn't disappeared from chrome://chrome/(But the update was successful.)This phenomenon occurred earlier too. I uninstalled Google Chrome and these folders:C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\C:\Users\\AppData\Local\Google\Unfortunately, the situation is the same after I reinstall application.What should I do to remove Google Chrome notification from chrome://chrome/ ?I attached an image too.http://i.stack.imgur.com/8Ig3L.pngThanks in advance, Peter
My browser folders have actually been combined, and many deleted in one of the chrome updates I have received. I am using 36.0.1985.143 (Official Build 287914) m.I would like to at least try uninstalling chrome to deal with the issue, but whether I have closed all windows as I am told to do, I am prompted that I must close all chrome windows including those in windows 8 mode (which I never use). Suggestions, please!
is this new version for Mac OS (36.0.1985.143) 64-bit or is this still 32-bit?
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