Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Stable Channel Update

The stable channel has been updated to 44.0.2403.130 for Windows, Mac, and Linux.

A list of changes is available in the log. Interested in switching release channels? Find out how. If you find a new issue, please let us know by filing a bug.

Krishna Govind
Google Chrome

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16 Comments:

Blogger Jason Mickelson said...

Give us back the ability to get rid of the person who is using chrome. I detest having that and now being unable to remove it in the flags tab.

11:15 AM, August 04, 2015  
Blogger shayne said...

Still having update issues I have Windows 10 64 bit. Kinda sad that there has not been a fix yet for the update issue.

2:49 PM, August 04, 2015  
Blogger Ron Cornett said...

I just spent 2 hours getting my chromecast to update, I had to reset it and hook it up to my laptop which was connected to the hotspot on my phone because it will not update through my regular ISP. The update did work through verizon. It looks like this update problem has been happening for years. If I have to do this again I will need to find a better solution.

3:58 PM, August 04, 2015  
Blogger Thomas Beling said...

I'm using Windows 10 with Chrome telling me it's up to date.

Version 44.0.2403.125 m (64-bit)
Google Chrome ist auf dem neuesten Stand.

What's the problem?

10:46 PM, August 04, 2015  
Blogger JudaZ said...

And new tabs still crash on Chrome (44.0.2403.125 m (64-bit)), and no response from Google at all.
https://productforums.google.com/forum/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=footer#!msg/chrome/TO8-9P_AQvc/u5ON6xxmbYgJ

Is there any fix for this planned?

11:10 PM, August 04, 2015  
Blogger Misty's said...

DOESN'T WANT TO UPDATE EITHER

I am using Windows 7/64 bit and it's telling me that it is up to date and displays Version 44.0.2403.125 m

3:22 AM, August 05, 2015  
Blogger raphaelbm said...

I have just loaded Stable Channel 44.0.2403.130 (Official Build) m (32-bit). on Windows Vista sp2. I had to uninstal v125 then download fresh version.

I am delighted to report that the SAVE AS PDF error 129 is fixed here. "There was an error processing a page. There was a problem reading this document (129)."

See Chrome issue 494913 (and other duplicates):
Issue 494913: Acrobat cannot open PDFs printed with Chrome (error 129)
https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=494913

Issue 513989: PRINT broken - Save as PDF fails Error 129
https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=513989

I am reporting this here because the Chrome issues area appears to have stopped allowing comments to be added.

Thank you Chrome folks for getting this fixed quick-ish. First Reported 01Jun2015 - Fixed 05Ag2015. Thx Raphael

3:55 AM, August 05, 2015  
Blogger Robert Smith said...

Windows8 64bit

Reports that I have Chrome 44.0.2403.125 m and it's uptodate. How do I get .130?

6:10 AM, August 05, 2015  
Blogger Stephen Stratford said...

Still no update from 44.0.2403.125 m (64-bit)

Still no useful answers from the Chrome Team.

6:36 AM, August 05, 2015  
Blogger wallykoks said...

The only way I got it to update to 130 is to use the online installer at the stable channel. The offline, full installer will not put the most current update in.

6:47 AM, August 05, 2015  
Blogger Misty's said...

Update:
Chrome has finally updated to version 44.0.2403.130 today automatically in the background.

7:54 AM, August 06, 2015  
Blogger Phil-osopher said...

"A list of changes is available in the log"

Well... not really. Not in any practical sense at least. The log entry for just this release is ten pages of inscrutable partial sentences in desperate need of decoding. No doubt they refer to something, but few entries bother to say what. I suspect they're hard work for even the developer community that's close to the project. For the other 99.99% of the world who just want to know what the key changes in Chrome are they're impossible.

I've watched with dismay as the useful information in these blog posts trended to zero. Now it has finally got there.

Please put some (useful, end-user understandable) commentary on what has changed in these blog posts*, with key changes (or *the fact that there are none*) explicit. I want to know what I'm installing on my computer - and not by surprise/after the fact.

If not, then perhaps it would make sense to re-examine what the purpose of these blog posts is? Unless I'm missing something, there's no point making them at all if the current approach is the way forward.

7:09 AM, August 07, 2015  
Blogger nbsingh said...

my chrome updated to 44.0.2403.130 m on window 7 64 bits but since then on opening newtabe no gmail, image and app icon on right hand corner visible and infact newtab appeards to in offline mode as country below google is ot displayed neither the doodle change over is visible

12:54 AM, August 08, 2015  
Blogger Dickson Eyram said...

I can't use special characters like accent and cedile. Kindly fix this problem...asap

5:57 AM, August 08, 2015  
Blogger Raja Sekhar B said...

I updated my chrome to 44.0.2403.130. This is crazily stupid.
All my settings were resetted. It changed my chrome to dutch. It took half a day to find the settings and change it to english.
It installed Bing search tool automatically, what a crap chrome!
Removed all my previously saved tabs.

7:08 AM, August 10, 2015  
Blogger Megan Ryan said...

Hey if you guys are planning on releasing a Stable update of google chrome tomorrow-Can ya do it before 10am (Midwest time) because I got a state fair to go to and I REALLLY gotta get all the updates out of the way before I leave-LIKE A-ZAP ya dig? So you might wanna release it at 9am my time please?

7:03 PM, August 10, 2015  

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