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    Latest Google Chrome released for Windows


    Latest Google Chrome Released for Windows

    Chrome Browser system requirements
    Chrome Platform Status - Roadmap

    Latest Google Chrome released for Windows-google_chrome.png

    Stable Channel Version: 104.0.5112.79/80/81
    Release Date: August 02, 2022

    Full (offline) Download Page: Alternate (offline) Google Chrome installer (Windows) - Installer Help

    Release Notes: Google Chrome Release Notes

    New in Chrome:

    Deprecations and removals in Chrome 104
    New in Chrome 104
    What's New In DevTools Chrome 104



    Extended Stable Channel Version: 102.0.5005.167
    Release Date: July 20, 2022

    Release Notes: Google Chrome Release Notes



    Canary Channel Version: 106.0.5242.0
    Release Date: August 15, 2022

    Download: Nightly build for developers - Download Chrome Canary



    Dev Channel Version: 106.0.5231.2
    Release Date: August 12, 2022

    Release Notes: Google Chrome Release Notes

    Download: Chrome Release Channels - The Chromium Projects



    Beta Channel Version: 105.0.5195.28
    Release Date: August 10, 2022

    Release Notes: Google Chrome Release Notes

    Download: Chrome Release Channels - The Chromium Projects

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    release notes
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  3. Posts : 62,315
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    From the link above:

    The stable channel has been updated to 45.0.2454.101 for Windows, Mac, and Linux.

    Security Fixes and Rewards

    Note: Access to bug details and links may be kept restricted until a majority of users are updated with a fix.

    The following bugs from external security researchers were fixed in this release:

    [$TBD][530301] High CVE-2015-1303: Cross-origin bypass in DOM. Credit to Mariusz Mlynski.
    [$TBD][531891] High CVE-2015-1304: Cross-origin bypass in V8. Credit to Mariusz Mlynski.
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  4. Posts : 164
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit Build 2004
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    Is Chrome offering and real benefits over Edge or I.E. Can't see the point of people installing a third browser on their PC's - unless they are trying to slow it down. What am I missing by staying away from Chrome vs. the two pre-installed browsers?

    Personally I don't like the way Chrome and Google Toolbar try and install themselves with other programs such as Adobe Acrobat. Tantamount to PUP and malware tactics. That alone makes me not want them on my PC.
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  5. Posts : 490
    Windows 10 Pro
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    GregH said:
    Is Chrome offering and real benefits over Edge or I.E. Can't see the point of people installing a third browser on their PC's - unless they are trying to slow it down. What am I missing by staying away from Chrome vs. the two pre-installed browsers?

    Personally I don't like the way Chrome and Google Toolbar try and install themselves with other programs such as Adobe Acrobat. Tantamount to PUP and malware tactics. That alone makes me not want them on my PC.
    People do have needs for third-party browsers. I use an app that presents data in Olive eReader (proprietary, no choice in readers). Neither IE nor Edge will display a document in Olive past page 750, but Firefox and Chrome handle the complete file (usually well over 2,000 pages). Edge has some problems yet with multiple monitors. It exits full-screen when an app is opened on the primary monitor, and so on. It will all get fixed, but until it is folks do need to use browsers that don't do annoying things or prevent them from accessing info important to their projects.
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  6. Posts : 334
    Windows 10.0.19043.1889
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    GregH said:
    Is Chrome offering and real benefits over Edge or I.E. Can't see the point of people installing a third browser on their PC's - unless they are trying to slow it down. What am I missing by staying away from Chrome vs. the two pre-installed browsers?

    Personally I don't like the way Chrome and Google Toolbar try and install themselves with other programs such as Adobe Acrobat. Tantamount to PUP and malware tactics. That alone makes me not want them on my PC.
    For the moment Edge has no extension support so not useful to me, but that will change soon and I'll be having another look. I prefer Firefox over IE because of the extension support. I also use Chrome because sometimes a page that doesn't display properly in Firefox will do so in Chrome. I don't like the way Google bundles Chrome and its other products either, but if you can ignore that Chrome is still a good browser and worth a try.
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    GregH said:
    Is Chrome offering and real benefits over Edge or I.E. Can't see the point of people installing a third browser on their PC's - unless they are trying to slow it down. What am I missing by staying away from Chrome vs. the two pre-installed browsers?

    Personally I don't like the way Chrome and Google Toolbar try and install themselves with other programs such as Adobe Acrobat. Tantamount to PUP and malware tactics. That alone makes me not want them on my PC.
    Yes, it works on all of my platforms. Linux, Windows, Apple, and Android. All of my history, bookmarks, and passwords come with me on any device I am on.
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    Windows XP/7/8/8.1/10, Linux, Android, FreeBSD Unix
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    Chrome for some reason does not work for usps.com when I do Find USPS Locations, it would hang but works fine in Edge and IE11.
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    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
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    46 came out yesterday.
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  10. Posts : 62,315
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    New Chrome 46.0.2490.80 released. :)
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