Posts Tagged ‘google chrome update’

Google Chrome Stable Security Update to Version 11

Thursday, April 28th, 2011

I’m not so excited about the “highest browser version number crown,” but the added security features sound like this is well worth the download …

Google has just updated the Google Chrome Stable channel to version 11. This is a landmark considering that the stable branch of the browser is now sharing the “highest-browser-version-crown” with Opera Software’s Opera browser.


Google Chrome Stable Security Update April 2011

Friday, April 15th, 2011

Google Chrome users should probably check this out; it looks like a relatively important security update …

Google has just released an update for the Google Chrome stable channel that updates the version of the web browser to 10.0.658.205 for all supported operating systems (which means Microsoft Windows, Apple Macintosh, Linux and Chrome Frame). The release is a security update that fixes vulnerabilities in all versions of the web browser. Most notably, it includes an early fix for the Adobe Flash vulnerability that has been confirmed by Adobe earlier this week.


Google Chrome Security Update Released

Friday, March 25th, 2011

Here’s the latest security update for Google Chrome …

Google yesterday released a security update for the Google Chrome web browser that brings the version of the browser to 10.0.648.204. The update is as usually installed via automatic updates on most Google Chrome installations. Chrome users who have automatic updates disabled can check for new updates under the Tools icon > About Google Chrome option.


Google Chrome Stable Security Update

Tuesday, March 1st, 2011

If Chrome is your browser of choice, then you might want to take a look at this …

Google has just released a new version of the Google Chrome Stable browser. The new version of Google Chrome Stable is 9.0.597.107 for all supported platforms (which means Linux, Windows and Mac).


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.


Google Chrome Stable Updated – Security Release

Friday, February 4th, 2011

Here’s an important security update for Google Chrome Stable …

Google has just updated the stable version of their Google Chrome web browser. The release contains both feature additions and security fixes. The security fixes alone make it a recommended update for all Google Chrome stable users.


Google Chrome Stable Updated, Security Fixes

Thursday, January 13th, 2011

This sounds like a pretty important update, security-wise …

Yesterday Google released a new Google Chrome stable version bringing the version to 8.0.552.237 on all platforms. The release fixes several security vulnerabilities which makes it a mandatory update for all Chrome users.


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 Stable Updated, Security Fixes

Friday, August 20th, 2010

It looks like it’s time to download another update …

Google Chrome Stable is the only version of the Google browser that is still sitting at version 5. Both the beta and developer builds have moved on to version 6, with the dev versions even scratching on version 7.