Posts Tagged ‘google chrome beta’

Google Chrome Beta Update Brings Speed and Security Improvements

Friday, February 18th, 2011

I’ve never had a problem with Chrome’s speed, but when it comes to security there’s definitely room for improvement …

Yesterday’s update of the Google Chrome Beta browser brought several exciting additions to the Internet browser that users of the dev and canary builds enjoyed for some time. The beta channel version has been updated to 10.0.648.82 for all supported operating systems. With Chrome 10 come improvements in many areas.


Where Can I Download the Different Google Chrome Builds?

Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011

Just in case you want to collect them all …

Did you know that Google alone is releasing four different versions of the Google Chrome browser regularly? And that is not even counting the Chromium releases that make up the core of the browser. This guide describes the differences between those releases. It also links to the official download pages where each build can be downloaded.


Google Chrome Stable, Beta Security Updates

Wednesday, September 15th, 2010

These look like some pretty important security updates for Chrome.

Today the Google Chrome development team has released an update for both the stable and beta channels of the Chrome browser. Both updates fix several security issues in the browser, and are therefor recommended updates for every Chrome user.


Google Chrome Beta Gets Form Autofill

Thursday, August 12th, 2010

If you need to fill out a lot of online forms, this would be pretty useful …

Web forms are an integral part of the web. They are used for website signups, surveys, comments and other interactions with a specific website or service. Having to fill out the same information over and over again can be very tiresome, if you have ever had to register an account with 30+ web services on one day you know what we mean.