On Thursday night, Google announced on its official Chrome blog that the standard version 90 for Google, MacOS and Linux will be available. In the new version, Chrome now prefers https over http, if not specified in the address bar. So if a user types in an address bar without specifying the protocol, Chrome will try to navigate using https first, and then return to http if https is not available. Additionally, the AV1 encoder is integrated into Chrome, making it ideal for video conferencing with WebRTC. There are further improvements, bug fixes and security improvements, which can be found below. This update also covers 37 vulnerabilities in older versions of Google Chrome. As always, access to details and links will be blocked until most users receive this update. More information about this update can be found below or at Google.
Download -> Download Google Chrome for PC, Mac and Linux
Update for version 90.0.4430.72 is also available for download using the integrated update function and the official website. Users who have installed an older version of Google Chrome will receive the update automatically, as it is now provided via the update function. If you do not want to wait too long, you can start the update manually: Open Chrome and click on the three-point menu in the top right corner -> Help then Google Chrome -> This dialog box will open, Chrome searches for updates -> If you get an update, Click Restart to do that. Additional information on this update can be found at the Officer Google Chrome Blog.
Version 90 of Google Chrome can now be downloaded from Google:
- Download Google Chrome for PC, Mac and Linux
Google Chrome for Windows, MacOS and Linux can be downloaded here.
Download -> https://www.google.com/chrome/
Version 90 of Google Chrome includes the following new features and improvements:
- The Chrome team is pleased to announce the promotion of the Chrome 90 to the standard channel for Windows, Mac and Linux. This will develop in the coming days / weeks. Chrome 90.0.4430.72 has many fixes and improvements – a list of changes is available in the log. Check out the upcoming Chrome and Chromium blog posts about the new features and great efforts offered in the 90s. This update contains 37 security fixes. See the Chrome Security page for more information. Access to erroneous details and links may be restricted to the majority of users until they are updated with the fix. Other programs will be similarly dependent if there is an error in the third-party library, but we will retain controls if not yet fixed.
- Security Amendments -> CVE-2021-21201, CVE-2021-21202, CVE-2021-21203, CVE-2021-21204, CVE-2021-21205, CVE-2021-21221, CVE-2021-21207, CVE-2021- 21208, CVE-2021-21209, CVE-2021-21210, CVE-2021-21211, CVE-2021-21212, CVE-2021- 21213, CVE-2021-21214, CVE-2021-21215, CVE-2021-21216, CVE-2021-21217, CVE-2021- 21218 and CVE-2021-21219.
What are the benefits of Google Chrome?
The web browser is the most important program on your computer. While online, you can use the Internet, chatting, emailing, shopping, banking, reading news, or watching videos. If you do not already have Chrome installed on your computer, you can download and install it here. Chrome is great when you work from home or browse the web. For example, you can use Chrome Remote Desktop to translate websites and switch between user profiles.
Via Google Blog
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