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Wednesday, June 08, 2011
Latest Stable Release of Chrome Is Safer And Snazzier


Google has released a new stable release of Chrome, which brings improvements in security, privacy, and graphics.

Chrome is now more secure, thanks to enhancements to Google's Safe Browsing technology. In addition to protecting you from certain malware and phishing websites, Chrome now warns you before downloading some types of malicious files.

Chrome also now gives you more control over the data that websites store on your computer. This includes Flash Player?s Local Shared Objects (LSOs), which were previously only manageable using an online settings application on Adobe?s website. Google has worked with Adobe to integrate Flash LSO deletion directly into Chrome, making it easier for you to manage your online privacy.

Finally, Chrome?s graphics capabilities continue to improve. This release includes support for hardware-accelerated 3D CSS, which means you?ll get a snazzier experience in some web pages and web apps that choose to implement 3D effects.

As always, Chrome users will be automatically updated to this new version of Chrome in the coming days.


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