Friday, April 27, 2018

Stable Channel Update for Chrome OS

The Stable channel has been updated to 66.0.3359.137 (Platform version: 10452.74.0) for most Chrome OS devices. This build contains a number of bug fixes and security updates. 
Systems will be receiving updates over the next several days.

New Features
  • Adding new keyboard shortcut to move windows from display-to-display
  • New Chrome OS Keyboard Shortcut Helper
  • External Display Settings enhancements
  • Enable Video Recording in Chrome Camera App
  • Overview window animation improvements
  • Extending more devices support for Magic Tether
  • Picture in Picture Magnification
  • Ability to zoom up to 20x with Chrome OS magnifier
  • Ability to adjust full screen mag zoom level through pinch gesture
  • Screen sharing support for Android apps installed via the Google Play Store
  • Add Google Play into first login Opt-in window 
  • Google Play GDPR support
  • Google Play Maximized Window support improvements
  • Automatically pass user credentials from Chrome OS login to network 802.1x authentication
  • Native printing support extended to Google Play applications 
  • Add Sync notice during initial sign-in 

Security Fixes
Note: Access to bug details and links may be kept restricted until a majority of users are updated with a fix. We will also retain restrictions if the bug exists in a third party library that other projects similarly depend on, but haven’t yet fixed.
  • Intel devices on 3.8 kernels received the KPTI mitigation against Meltdown with Chrome OS 66. All Chrome OS devices are now protected against Meltdown.
If you find new issues, please let us know by visiting our forum or filing a bug. Interested in switching channels? Find out how. You can submit feedback using ‘Report an issue...’ in the Chrome menu (3 vertical dots in the upper right corner of the browser).

Josafat Garcia
Google Chrome

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26 Comments:

Blogger Will Smith said...

No update showing on my Pixelbook just yet.

12:45 PM, April 27, 2018  
Blogger Al said...

Could well be that the Android enabled systems are going to be late like the last time. I got the updates on my Dell Chromebook 11

12:56 PM, April 27, 2018  
Blogger Bruce D Ranger said...

Just updated my ASUS CN62 i3 to Version 66.0.3359.137 (Official Build) (64-bit) with a build date of Wednesday, April 25, 2018.

8:20 PM, April 27, 2018  
Blogger Craig Murway said...

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10:06 PM, April 27, 2018  
Blogger Craig Murway said...

Cannot take screenshots anymore on my Asus Chromebox...I filed a bug.

10:07 PM, April 27, 2018  
Blogger Craig Murway said...

Seems to allow me to use control f5 to do so..which I did not know I could do.

10:11 PM, April 27, 2018  
Blogger Jason Prescott said...

Lenovo N23 says theres an update. Says it updates, close and reopen still says version 65.

9:35 AM, April 28, 2018  
Blogger Steffen Bardolatzi said...

There is still no update for an

Acer Chromebook C910-354Y - 15,6 inch
display: Full HD 1920 * 1080
10323.67.0 (Official Build) stable-channel auron_yuna
Firmware: Google_Auron_yuna.6301.59.116
Version 65.0.3325.209 (Offizieller Build) (64-Bit)
Acer Chromebook CB5-571

... manually checking for updates.

7:13 PM, April 28, 2018  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As always updates will come some day..So just relax and do something else or try out the beta which is the same as this update for stable..

9:12 AM, April 29, 2018  
Blogger Mike Barrett said...

Jason Prescott, Even though access to bug details and links has been "restricted", I have evidence that the entire Lenovo N-Series of Chromebooks is affected by a bug that prevents the OS from updating beyond version 65.0.3325.184.

This posted Thursday, April 26:

Restrict-AddIssueComment-EditIssue
let's hold off on more comments for now, Google Engineers are very aware of the issue and expect to have a fix next week.

Regards, Mike B.

12:27 PM, April 29, 2018  
Blogger bruce said...

Bruce R.

ASUS ChromeBox seems to have accepted the Google Chrome OS Update just fine. Updated today from 65.0.3325.209 to 66.0.3359.137 Official Build 64bit

7:34 AM, April 30, 2018  
Blogger Zeak Furgay said...

can it take a few days for the update to become available? my chromebook says it's upto date, but the build number is 65.0.3325.209

5:23 PM, April 30, 2018  
Blogger Steve R said...

Just released for a bunch of models. Still no Android upgrade though.

9:26 PM, April 30, 2018  
Blogger Thomas Scholze said...

I think the update for the most Android-powered chromebooks will be released at or around the May 18....

12:17 AM, May 01, 2018  
Blogger Michael Crees said...

My Chromebook Pixel just got this update, build date is given as 25th April.

11:51 AM, May 01, 2018  
Blogger Scott Bilker said...

Keyboard overlay (CTRL ALT /) missing in this update--replaced with text keyboard shortcuts. How do you get the keyboard overlay back?

5:51 AM, May 02, 2018  
Blogger Mike Barrett said...


It is hidden in chrome://keyboardoverlay/. Bookmark it.

Regards, Mike B.

8:38 AM, May 02, 2018  
Blogger Scott Bilker said...

Thanks Mike!

10:13 AM, May 02, 2018  
Blogger Mike Barrett said...


UPDATE:

Scott, I Found a way to get (ctrl+alt+/) shortcut back:

type chrome://flags into Chrome's address bar. On the flags page, search for and change a flag called "Enable Keyboard Shortcut Viewer" from Default to Disabled.

Regards, Mike B.

10:20 AM, May 02, 2018  
Blogger Scott Bilker said...

SWEET!!! That works perfectly!! Thanks so much!!

10:32 AM, May 02, 2018  
Blogger Mike Barrett said...


You're welcome.

10:37 AM, May 02, 2018  
Blogger Mikhail Ireland said...

MY GOSH just saw this update today, i will probably update at the end of the day. so excited about these new features! So many of them this time, great job google! Now just waiting eagerly for Play Store...

5:23 PM, May 03, 2018  
Blogger Luis Morales said...

wanted to know when google play store will appear on the HP G4/G4EE Chromebooks?

3:06 PM, May 05, 2018  
Blogger Admin said...

My Google Pixelbook has been updated to Chrome OS 66, and I now have OS crashing problems that were absent with 65. I cannot connect to Chase Bank without the OS Crashing. I cannot change locations in my VPN without the OS crashing.

After installing 66 all App folders had lost their identifying name and had been moved around from where I had them. So I renamed them and moved them around. Now with each new crash they are again unnamed and moved.

I have closed down my Pixelbook and restarted with no change. There is definitely something wrong.

--Al

11:50 AM, May 06, 2018  
Blogger Stefan Bretschneider said...

Chrome Version 66 for Windows seems to have a critical Bug in the DEV Engine: The Debugger chrashes after some single steps. This occurs very often and makes Chrome unusable for developers. This behavior can be reconstructed f.e. on google.de home page: Expand to structured view and set brakepoint on Line 8541 -> press several times F10. After 5 ... 15 times - the Debugger crashes. It seems to be a result of meltdown hotfix. Please fix the fix!

6:19 AM, May 11, 2018  
Blogger Mike Barrett said...


Stefan, Report this issue where it will get the attention needed:

https://chromiumbugs.appspot.com/?token=U2EcCiULTEnazp0YxXWyaDoxNTI2MDUyMzAz&role=&continue=https%3A//bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/issues/entry.do

Mike B.

8:28 AM, May 11, 2018  

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