Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Beta Channel Update

The Beta channel has been updated to 9.0.597.83 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chrome Frame.

This is primarily a stability/ minor bug fix release and the set of changes can be found here.

If you find new issues, please let us know by filing a bug at 

Anthony Laforge
Google Chrome



Blogger a9l8e7n said...

Getting very close to the final release!! Keep up the good work. hopefully we will see a stable by thursday which is the 8 week mark.

10:07 PM, January 25, 2011  
Blogger CRISTIAN.A said...

9.0.597.67 in HTML5 test 290 point and 13 bonus.

9.0.597.83 in HTML5 test 285 point and 13 bonus


10:53 PM, January 25, 2011  
Blogger S├ębastien said...

In Chrome 9 there is the WebP image format! I am very eager to deploy it on my websites when stable release will out.

10:53 PM, January 25, 2011  
Blogger Fabio_Rulez said...

@cristian.a: because IndexedDB support(5pts) was removed in M9 because of stability issues. Will be back in M10

11:35 PM, January 25, 2011  
Blogger Mike said...

Great release.
I'm wondering when we'll get native smooth scrolling?

2:13 AM, January 26, 2011  
Blogger Rafael said...

Betas are several versions and none of Final version of Google Chrome 9. Where is the final version of Google Chrome 9?

4:25 AM, January 26, 2011  
Blogger Jonas N said...

The final version of Chrome 9 will be released when the beta is deemed stable enough.

7:36 AM, January 26, 2011  
Blogger Rafael said...

I know that but a few months back here the chrome is taking too long to release updates the stable mainly occurring with more frequency.

8:04 AM, January 26, 2011  
Blogger I am said...

Google CloudPrint is asking for a 9.x version of Chrome but the auto updater is only updating to 8.0.552.237.

When doing a manual install i get error 3.


10:13 AM, January 26, 2011  
Blogger raducu83 said...

@I am ...wait another week or so , stable 9 should be released :D

10:40 AM, January 26, 2011  
Blogger romka said...

instant preview from the omibox has dissapeared

11:29 AM, January 27, 2011  
Blogger Diego_SAG#1 said...

8 weeks?? lets hope they dont drag it on much longer. according to their new release policy (http://blog.chromium.org/2010/07/release-early-release-often.html) if something was not stable enough they'd just push it to future releases... why aren't they doing that now?

I'm just sayin...

5:06 PM, January 27, 2011  
Blogger Layle said...

Remember, X-Mas holiday was end of December and Beginning of January. I am quite sure this would delay any software release a couple of weeks or so. A lot of places, in the US at least, have vacation time during that period.

12:19 PM, January 28, 2011  
Blogger Ive said...

This one is very unstable, constand different crashes, hoping for new update or way to reverse to previus version.

5:27 PM, January 29, 2011  

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