Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Stable Channel Update

The stable channel has been updated to 44.0.2403.155 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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31 Comments:

Blogger Stephen Stratford said...

As with the last stable channel update, Chrome refuses to update itself.

8:58 AM, August 11, 2015  
Blogger George Paschalidis said...

Again and again and again... Automatic update is NOT working! Come on, guys! Fix this problem!

9:17 AM, August 11, 2015  
Blogger Suyash Bansal said...

I checked for updates on the About page and it asked for permission. After accepting, within seconds a relaunch button appears on the About page. After relaunching it, it's still the same version!!
Why is this happening?

10:13 AM, August 11, 2015  
Blogger David said...

Chrome refuses to automatically update to this version for me as well.

10:21 AM, August 11, 2015  
Blogger Kerry Neese said...

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10:26 AM, August 11, 2015  
Blogger Sam Scott said...

Same issue as others are reporting. Our Linux systems updated fine, but no updates for Windows even when checking manually via the "About" dialog.

10:51 AM, August 11, 2015  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My Chrome says it's up to date but it's on version 44.0.2403.130. What's up with that?

10:57 AM, August 11, 2015  
Blogger shayne said...

Still is having update issues I have Windows 10 64 bit and it still says chrome is up to date. What is going on with chrome I hate having to reinstall Chrome every time there is an update. I thought you guys would have fixed the update problem by now but sadly no that is disappointing to me and everyone else on here and chrome.

11:52 AM, August 11, 2015  
Blogger shayne said...

I clicked restart to update chrome like it said to do and it still says chrome is update on version 44.0.2403.130. So which means it did not update at all. What is going on Google this update issue is annoying...

11:59 AM, August 11, 2015  
Blogger John said...

same happen to me automatic update not working after relaunch

12:27 PM, August 11, 2015  
Blogger Jason Mickelson said...

Time to give up Google. I have given up on Chrome since you seem to have also.

2:36 PM, August 11, 2015  
Blogger Daniel Bomar said...

If you're having trouble updating it's probably due to the "Continue running background apps when Chrome is closed" setting. After you download the update, close Chrome, close the little bell/Chrome logo in the taskbar (by the clock), and if that fails open up the Task Manager (Ctrl+Shift+Esc) and manually kill any Chrome processes that got stuck. That will force Chrome to fully restart so you'll have the update when you reload it.

5:18 PM, August 11, 2015  
Blogger edwardr74 said...

Why aren't automatic updates working? Windows 10 has been in test form for a while. Come on!

6:55 PM, August 11, 2015  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Having updated software is imperative for security. Please fix the problem with updating google chrome.

10:18 PM, August 11, 2015  
Blogger Garik Fox said...

I finally got mine to update, I just kept going back to the About Chrome to update it manually, After the 4th time it updated.

12:40 AM, August 12, 2015  
Blogger nbsingh said...

my chrome updated to 44.0.2403.155 on window 7 64 bits but again like 44.0.2403.130m 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

9:22 AM, August 12, 2015  
Blogger The Barking Unicorn said...

Well, just enrage the posters above even more: I just finished a Win 10 upgrade and when I open Chrome, there's version 44.0.2403.155. Not a problem in sight, and it's much zippier than the previous version was under Win 10.

9:25 AM, August 12, 2015  
Blogger Irbidan said...

Update module is working well but we need more notifications and more options to update Chrome. I mean a button to Search updates and a button to Cancel currently update. Could be a new section called 'Updates' like have Firefox and more browsers.

11:37 AM, August 12, 2015  
Blogger 若愚 said...

Update and update again. Still remain at version 44.0.2403.130.

11:57 AM, August 12, 2015  
Blogger Krishna Govind said...

We have identified and fixed what we believe to be causing the update issues. Can you please let us know if you experience further problems?

3:58 PM, August 12, 2015  
Blogger Karlo918 said...

Wrong focus for browsers in Windows 10 even updated to 44.0.2403.155. When you got two separate Chrome windows, like when you open a URL in a new window, the new one goes under the old one instead of going on top of the old one (go into background instead of foreground). Even when you click something or enter something in the new window, it moves itself into background instead of staying on top.

11:19 PM, August 12, 2015  
Blogger Gabriel Rios said...

Tube que desinstalar el Chrome por completo y volverlo a instalar, no me dejaba actualizarlo :/

12:02 AM, August 13, 2015  
Blogger Sam Scott said...

@Krishna Thank you. Our remaining Windows machines were able to update today. (We'll be happy when we can get rid of those systems.)

12:20 PM, August 13, 2015  
Blogger Gabor Juhasz said...

Linux Trusty Tahr, 32-bit, Open GL: Mesa DRI Intel(R) 965Q x86/MMX/SSE2 renderer, 2.1 Mesa 10.1.3 version.

The mouse pointer disappears after a few seconds when trying to play Youtube HTML5 videos such as https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sWwi5M_F9Gs
Seems to be a system crash.

If the built-in hardware acceleration is swithced off by starting Chrome with --disable-gpu commandline switch, the videos play well.

No such problem with Firefox 40.

7:03 AM, August 15, 2015  
Blogger Putler Kaput said...

Почему вы не фиксите проблему с часами на windows xp????

1:58 PM, August 15, 2015  
Blogger Tboneator64 said...

I have the latest 44.0.2403.155 m version of Google Chrome.

What's puzzling me is that I thought this was supposed to be the 64 bit version, but in my Task Manager, it reads as Google Chrome (32 bit)!

Can anyone explain to me why this is?

CHEERS!

5:19 PM, August 17, 2015  
Blogger Barbara Businaro said...

About a month, Chrome is impossible to use!!
It's not updated alone, and it's impossible to update manual (I haven't find a stable connection with a stable file in a stable channel...)

4:09 AM, August 18, 2015  
Blogger Daniel Bomar said...

There's both 32 and 64 bit versions. You'll have to reinstall if you downloaded the wrong one.

https://www.google.com/chrome/browser/desktop/

Click "Download Chrome for another platform" and make sure to download the 64 bit version this time.

5:46 AM, August 18, 2015  
Blogger John said...

Attempting to manual update Chrome using the About Google Chrome menu option I experience the following error:

Version 44.0.2403.155 m

Update failed (error: 4)An error occurred while checking for updates: Update check failed to start (error code 4: 0x80004002 -- system level).

FYI.

10:16 PM, August 18, 2015  
Blogger Gopal Katragadda said...


Update failed (error: 4)An error occurred while checking for updates: Update check failed to start (error code 4: 0xa043081d -- system level).

6:02 AM, August 19, 2015  
Blogger Karlo918 said...

Note: The bug I posted previously is probably caused by Chinese IME of Windows 10 but not Chrome itself.

5:01 PM, August 19, 2015  

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