Stable Version of Non-Admin Google Chrome Frame Is Out
Article by George Norman
On 02 Sep 2011
Good news for users who were waiting for the stable version of Non-Admin Google Chrome Frame to be released: Google announced earlier this week that Non-Admin Google Chrome Frame has graduated from the Beta channel to the Stable channel. This means that you can now install and enjoy the functionality the stable version of Non-Admin Google Chrome Frame has to offer.

If you are already on the developer version that was released a few months ago, or if you are on the Beta version that was released a couple weeks ago, you will have to uninstall that version, then get the stable version and install it. You can get the stable version of Non-Admin Google Chrome Frame straight from Google by clicking this link.


If you are not familiar with Non-Admin Google Chrome Frame, here’s a quick explanation. It is the version of Google Chrome Frame that can be used by those who do not have administrative privileges on their machines to install Chrome Frame. And Google Chrome Frame is an open-source plug-in that gives legacy browsers HTML5 compatibility and faster JavaScript. By using Chrome Frame the user can run whatever Chrome can run, just that he does it in a legacy browser.

Getting back to Non-Admin Chrome Frame, Google made a change to the installer. Software Engineer Greg Thompson explains:
“In addition to Non-Admin Chrome Frame moving to the stable channel, we are rolling out a change to the default Chrome Frame installer; it will now run at Admin level by default and will fall back to Non-Admin mode if the user does not have the necessary permissions on their machine. This will allow all users to download a single installer that just works.”

Here’s the download link again, if you want to get the stable version of Non-Admin Chrome Frame.

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