Google has announced that the standard version of Google Chrome 93 for Windows, MacOS and Linux will be available on the official Chrome blog this evening. The update includes various new features, fixes and stability and performance improvements and will be delivered automatically in the coming days and weeks. There are more bug fixes and security improvements: This update closes 27 security holes 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 here Google.
Download -> Download Google Chrome for PC, Mac and Linux
The update for version 93.0.4577.63 is available using the integrated update function and is available for download from the official website. Users who have installed an older version of Google Chrome will receive an 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 – dot menu in the top right corner -> Help – then About Google Chrome -> This dialog box will open, Chrome is looking for updates -> if an update is available , Click Restart to do so. Additional information on this update can be found in the official post Google Chrome Blog.
Google Chrome version 93 can now be downloaded from Google:
- Download Google Chrome for PC, Mac and Linux
You can download Google Chrome for Windows, MacOS and Linux here.
Download -> https://www.google.com/chrome/
Version 93 of Google Chrome includes the following new features and improvements:
- The Chrome team is pleased to announce the promotion of Chrome 93 to the standard channel for Windows, Mac and Linux. It will be released in the coming days / weeks. There are several fixes and improvements in Chrome 93.0.4577.63. Take a look at the upcoming Chrome and Chromium blog posts about new features and great efforts offered at 93. This update contains 27 security fixes. See the Chrome Security page for more information. Access to bug details and links may be restricted to the majority of users until they are updated with a fix.
- Security Amendments-> CVE-2021-30606, CVE-2021-30607, CVE-2021-30608, CVE-2021-30609, CVE-2021-30610, CVE-2021-30611, CVE-2021-30612, CVE-2021- 30613, CVE-2021-30614, CVE-2021-30615, CVE-2021-30616, CVE-2021-30617, CVE-2021-30618, CVE-2021-30619, CVE-2021-30620, CVE-2021-30621, CVE-2021-30622, CVE-2021-30623 and CVE-2021-30624.
- SyncXHR Policy is no longer available: Chrome 93 AllowSyncXHRInPageDismissal removes enterprise policy. Before updating to Chrome 93, web application owners must update all applications that previously relied on legacy platform behavior. This change was previously planned for Chrome 88, but it is too late to give companies more time to update legacy apps.
- New Relaunch Window Policy: Relaunch Window Enterprise Policy Allows administrators to specify a window when Chrome restarts to force administrators to use the update. When Chrome restarts to use the update, you can use this policy in conjunction with RelaunchNotification, RelaunchNotificationPeriod and RelaunchHeadsUpPeriod. The relaunch window helps to minimize interruptions and force restarts outside of business hours. In Chrome 93, these policies are available in Group Policy. These policies will be available later in the admin console.
- Drive Priority Release on New Tab Page Full Introduction: Chrome 93 displays the driver files the user needs on the new tab page to help them work faster. This feature uses the Driver’s Priority API, which enables the Priority section of drive.google.com. Some users are seeing this change in Chrome 93.
- Releasing updates for extensions requires 2-step verification: As part of a set of updates and clarifications to the Chrome Web Store extension policies, Chrome Web Store now requires 2-step verification on developer accounts before adding a new extension or update to an existing extension. It does not affect self-hosted, partially loaded or no longer updated extensions.
- Updates on the lock icon in the address bar: Some users may see a new lock change icon in the address bar that is displayed on sites that support HTTPS. The new icon aims to improve the discovery of the page information surface, which includes site information security and privacy information and controls. The insecure indicator continues to appear on sites without HTTPS support.
- Chrome redesigns the desktop side database: Chrome 93 redesigns the desktop database database. The purpose of this redesign is to improve measurement by introducing modular subpages, altering permissions and restructuring the main view to spread important information first.
- Save Payment Information to Google Account: In Chrome 93, users who sign in to their managed Google Account see the option to save their payment information to their Google Account.
- Internet URL Protocol Manipulators: Enables Chrome 93 Origin testing for URL protocol manipulators on web manifests. This origin test started in Chrome 92 and ends in Chrome 94. Operators follow the life cycle of the PWA – they are set up in the PWA installation and removed during the PWA uninstall.
- New Incognito Exit Point on Clear Browsing Data: Chrome 93 introduces a new Close Windows Confirmation dialog that is displayed when a user selects clear browsing data from the Overflow menu
- Suspending anti-quantum computer security: Some devices behaved unexpectedly when Chrome provided quantum anti-cryptography for DLS connections. We have been working with those companies to provide standard firmware for their devices, and we have temporarily disabled this technology.
What are the benefits of Google Chrome?
The web browser is the most important program on your computer. On the Internet, you can use the browser more when chatting, email, 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 best when you work from home or browse the Internet. For example, you can use Chrome Remote Desktop to translate websites and switch between user profiles.
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