Thursday, February 24, 2011

Beta Channel Update

The Beta channel has been updated to 10.0.648.119 for Windows.  This release contains stability improvements over the previous release.  Full details about the Chrome changes are available in the SVN revision log. If you find new issues, please let us know by filing a bug. Want to change to another Chrome release channel? Find out how.

Jason Kersey
Google Chrome



Blogger Alen said...

I hope this fixes all the crashes

6:36 PM, February 24, 2011  
Blogger Johnathon said...

Why is 10.0.648.119 is only released for Windows? Linux 32bit 10.0.648.114 crashes at startup and is not usable.

12:46 AM, February 25, 2011  
Blogger Watch said...

Everytime it starts... it crashed !!!!!
I'm rnnning under Windows XP SP3. I tried with fresh setup, but still the same.

3:06 AM, February 25, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

When there is added support for APNG?

3:51 AM, February 25, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No problem here with this build.
WIN Home Premium 64bit

4:16 AM, February 25, 2011  
Blogger John said...

This release fixes my crash on start problem. Thanks.

5:35 AM, February 25, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

embedded flash player plugin v10.2.154.14 in chrome for windows 10.0.648.119 not working at all. all flash-based sites do not work as they keep asking to download adobe flash plugin.

I'll wait for another updated release that has the flash player problems fixed.

9:17 AM, February 25, 2011  
Blogger Bill said...

This update fixed my instant crash, THANKS!!!!

11:00 AM, February 25, 2011  
Blogger twitmoos said...

I've installed this release on top of my stable version (9.0.597.98), and Chrome crashed instantly on first start after installing (tried 5 times)

Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
Application Name: chrome.exe
Application Version:
Application Timestamp: 4d66c2b6
Fault Module Name: chrome.dll
Fault Module Version: 9.0.597.98

WIN Home Premium 32bit

5:42 PM, February 25, 2011  
Blogger ilev said...

No problems with XP SP3 including flash.

10:36 PM, February 25, 2011  
Blogger New Digits said...

thats nice, speedyyyy

2:16 AM, February 26, 2011  
Blogger Money Maker said...

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2:36 AM, February 26, 2011  
Blogger bjcp808 said...

Had no problems with Google Chrome. The last few days didn't bother me either.

WinVista Home Premium SP2

4:32 AM, February 26, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Estoy teniendo problemas con, la página no abre, sólo se queda cargando y nunca termina. Estoy usando la última versión estable de Chrome. No se si a otros les ocurre lo mismo, pero les dejo la inquietud aquí, por las dudas.

9:54 AM, February 26, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No problems with WinXP SP3 after updating.

5:32 PM, February 26, 2011  
Blogger Regats said...

Works OK with Win XP/SP3 but password manager just doesn't work.

9:15 PM, February 26, 2011  
Blogger worawat said...

im lovin the default zoom. I dont have to squint my eyes anymore.

8:35 PM, February 27, 2011  
Blogger Virtual said...

There is really a thing I couldn't understand about Chrome. Chrome should be about browsing pleasure, a overwhelming user experience. For me at least, using a Browser with Mouse Gestures is the only way to use it. So simple but so ergonomic in the same time. I must say it drives me nuts to see the mouse gesture extension not working on a bunch of pages, most notable one is New Tab. The main reason for disabling extensions were due security reasons. I can't help to wonder why Mozilla or Opera or even Microsoft didn't do it in this way... Wouldn't have been much easier to make a checkbox just like in case of allowing a extension to work in incognito mode ?

11:23 PM, February 27, 2011  

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