With each new release of a particular software or game, you can be sure that the efficiency ratio goes nowhere but up – most of the time, anyways. Of course, there are moments when companies actually fail to achieve what they originally set out to do, but Google does seem to have the formula down pat with the latest Chrome release that is in line with their timetable of a roll out once every six weeks. If you have set your browser’s updating properties to automatic, then chances are you are already enjoying the benefit of over a hundred bug fixes with the latest release. Those who are curious and have a technical mind can head on here to read all about the bug releases, while the rest can just rest easy knowing that what they are using is most probably the most stable version of Chrome just yet.
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