As the previous version, 41.0.2251.0, still crashes when checking for updates on chrome://help, every Dev Channel user will have to download the installer again and update this way.
this version (on fedora linux 21) and the previous half dozen versions have become very unstable. e.g. they routinely crash or hang on startup. the 'echo 3 > /proc/sys/vm/drop_caches' trick seems to fix it sometimes. sometimes you can create a 2nd window which won't hang. but startup is always torturous. once started, it seems to run ok. the startup process logs *tons* of crashes to your central crash server.
Yes @Stanzilla that is correct, but it autoupdated on my Windows 8.1 Laptop...But on my main machine with Windows 7 Ultimate, I had to redownload the installer to get it to update...
Finally google team started working after holidays. Congrats to all users!
Remote debugging android WebViews not working. The devtools panel pops up but is empty.
Anxiously awaiting for the release of Chrome 40 stable channel update.
This looks potentially quite interesting regarding the release timing for Chrome 40 relative to Firefox 35: Both may land on the same day, January 13, 2015. NOTE: Mozilla publishes their Firefox release schedule and sticks to it. Google doesn't have a similar schedule for Chrome that I know about. So this is mostly speculation.
Demasiado ancioso con la espera de Chrome Stable 40, Chrome Beta 41 y Chrome Dev 42! :DAlgo de lo que estoy ansioso es de los nuevos logotipos para todas las aplicaciones oficiales de Google Chrome!
and today, after a glibc update flowed out for fedora 21, dev channel chrome starts normally. specifically Version 41.0.2267.0 dev (64-bit). whew! :-)
Finally some action after holidays! Can't wait for Stable v40 release!@Eric I thought Google releases the newer version of each channel once every 42 days, this might be exception coz of yearly holiday!
@alpesh.live I think you are right. The holiday is the reason why the release isn't happening on a 6-week interval.
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