Google Releases Stable Version of Chrome 4.0

Ainsley Jones

Google has released a stable version of its Chrome 4.0 Web browser, Ars Technica reports. The new version is only available for Windows machines. Chrome 4.0 patches 13 security vulnerabilities and adds a number of improvements, including support for extensions and bookmark synchronization.


Windows users now have more than 1,500 extensions available to add to their Chrome browser. Existing Chrome users should find themselves upgraded over the course of the week, although they do have the option of checking for the update and manually upgrading to Chrome 4.0, says FierceCIO.

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