Chrome 20 Released to the Stable Channel
Article by George Norman
On 27 Jun 2012
On the same day that Mozilla updated its Firefox for Android mobile web browser to version 14.0, Google updated its Chrome web browser to version 20.0. Or to put it in other words, on Tuesday, June 26th, Google released Chrome 20.0 to the public via the stable channel.

I remind you that Google uses several channels to release Chrome versions to the public: canary channel, dev channel, beta channel, and stable channel. A Chrome version starts out in the canary channel, moves on to the dev and beta channels, and then makes it to the stable channel. A Chrome edition that made it to the stable channel is fully tested and is the most stable of the bunch.

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As I was saying, Google rolled out Chrome 20.0 to the stable channel this week. This is a stability and security update that addresses several bugs and patches a total of 23 vulnerabilities. The good news is that none of these 23 vulnerabilities are rated as critical.

If you are already on Chrome, the browser will update automatically. If you’re not on Google Chrome and you would like to start using the application on your Windows-powered PC, you can download the browser straight from FindMySoft here.

As I mentioned above, Chrome 20.0 was released to the public by Google on the same day that Mozilla rolled out Firefox 14.0 for Android. The mobile web browser comes with several new features: new personalized Start Page, new Awesome Screen, support for Adobe Flash, enhanced text readability, better responsiveness, faster start-up and page load times.

You can read more about Firefox 14.0 for Android and what it has to offer in this article.
If you want to jump right in and use the mobile browser, you can grab it from the Google Play Store here.




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