Thursday, April 16, 2015

Beta Channel Update

The Chrome team is excited to announce the promotion of Chrome 43 to the beta channel for Windows, Mac and Linux. Chrome 43.0.2357.18 contains many improvements including:
  • Suggesting Answers in the Omnibox
  • A number of new apps/extension APIs (including the Push API!)
  • Lots of under the hood changes for stability and performance 
Find out more at the Chrome blog. A full list of changes in this build is available in the log. Find out more at the Chrome and Chromium blogs. Interested in switching release channels? Find out how. If you find a new issue, please let us know by filing a bug.

Daniel Xie
Google Chrome



Blogger Sterling said...

Answers in the Omnibox is great!

How about tackling Most visited sites and broken screenshots? Or just remove the feature all together.

11:11 AM, April 16, 2015  
Blogger Abraham Williams said...

@Sterling The Chrome team is already working on changes for the NTP:

1:16 PM, April 16, 2015  
Blogger Akschith said...

Can anyone tell me why the chrome version says 43.0.2311.18 when it should say 43.0.2357.18 ? I can understand the Dev channel changing version number rapidly but it doesn't occur in the beta version. is this a misprint because I am really confused since Chrome 42 is currently version 42.0.2311.90

4:41 PM, April 16, 2015  
Blogger Sterling said...

Thanks for the link, Abraham!

I like it. It kind of looks like how IE handles most visited sites.

8:11 AM, April 17, 2015  
Blogger Steve1209 said...

With this Beta Version 43.0.2357.18 beta-m (64-bit) I keep getting logged out of my profile and have to log back in over and over, this has never happened on any other beta version I've used something is messed up!

1:29 PM, April 17, 2015  
Blogger Johnathon said...

Regression: mouse scroll wheel makes pointer icon become unsynchronised from pointer position.
Workaround: turn on "Disable threaded scrolling"

5:34 PM, April 17, 2015  
Blogger John Brazer said...

5 days gone and still no android version.

5:38 AM, April 21, 2015  
Blogger Alessio said...

This release has broken touch events support on Linux

6:33 AM, April 21, 2015  
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5:33 PM, April 21, 2015  
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5:37 PM, April 21, 2015  

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