Six weeks after the release of Chrome 14, Google today released Chrome 15.0.874.102 to the stable channel - current Chrome users should be getting it now or soon, and curious fans of other browsers can pick it up from Google

Chrome 15's most obvious new feature is a redesigned New Tab page, pictured above, which lets you toggle between apps and frequently visited sites and also includes a menu in the bottom-right corner for easily bringing up recently visited sites. There are also quite a few bug fixes, which you can check out in detail on the Chrome Releases blog.

Chrome, as usual, is available for Windows XP and newer, OS X 10.5 (Intel only) and newer, and many flavors of Linux.

Source: Chrome Releases blog



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  • FaaR - Wednesday, October 26, 2011 - link

    "I guess I'm just whining for whining sake"

    Yes. Also, Chrome is free, so whining that a free program somehow doesn't match up to your (pointless) expectations is a bit too much to stomach IMO.

    Luxury problem much, wouldn't you say?

    What I'd like to see from Chrome is support for left/right swipe on the apple magic mouse, it'd be much more convenient to have browse forwards/back ready at my fingertips; also I could dump the terrible resource and performance hog that is safari if chrome just started supporting this one simple feature... :P
  • marc1000 - Thursday, October 27, 2011 - link

    hey, Opera has mouse-swype... left is back, right is forward. it is called "mouse gestures" and if you clik a link and swype down, for example, it will open the link in a new window. click anywhere and swype down then left, it minimizes the current tab. down then right, closes the tab. up maximixe. and a lot more other actions.... Reply
  • jfelano - Wednesday, October 26, 2011 - link

    Did they fix the Flash Player crashing issues that plague Chrome??? Reply
  • mwarner1 - Wednesday, October 26, 2011 - link

    I can't say that I have ever had Chrome crash due to Flash content & I have been using Chrome as my main browser on three PCs since the first publicly released version. Are you sure it is not just something that occurs on your PC? Reply
  • FaaR - Wednesday, October 26, 2011 - link

    Chrome did crash/show sad smileyfaces on tabs rather a lot about two versions ago, it cleared up just fine in version 14. Not had a crash since. Reply
  • rddtretff - Friday, October 28, 2011 - link

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  • Richard Stallman - Friday, October 28, 2011 - link

    Chrome is the enemy of your freedom and contains malware and botnets Reply

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