Google halves time between each stable Chrome release

By Matthew
Jul 23, 2010
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  1. In a move intended to benefit developers and users alike, Google will drastically reduce the time between each stable release of its Chrome web browser, committing to deliver an updated build every six weeks – or about twice as often as today. Sharing its logic behind the decision, the company says shifting to a shorter release cycle will allow it to introduce new features soon after they're finished instead of months later.

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