Google releases stable version of Chrome 11


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Google has released version 11 of its browser. The update brings hundreds of bug fixes as well as many features that have been available on the Chrome beta and dev channels to users interested in using Chrome's latest builds (plus, a new logo!). Chrome 11 also addresses 25 security vulnerabilities in the WebKit-based browser (a record for the company): 16 rated as High, six rated as Medium, and three rate...

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Julio Franco

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With the silent auto-updates Chrome versions are almost meaningless as pointed out in the story (not a bad thing though). This morning I was surprised to see the switch to the new logo, so I was assuming a major update had taken place which was then confirmed by this post.


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Still waiting for NoScript on Chrome. Until then, I'm sticking with FireFox.

I'd really like to use Chrome more, I have it running on my secondary computer, but there are so many external sites running scripts on each site, that at this point I prefer to have a bit more control and security over my primary computer.


Not a big fan of the new logo. Looks like it was made in M$ Paint.


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Any way that the update will cut down on Chrome being a resource hog? Nah, that'll be asking for too much.


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I like Chrome, but I like Opera better because of their Opera Link feature. Besides I've been using Opera since the alpha days, so I guess I'm a little jaded.


chrome is so fast. but it takes up too much cpu.i wish that chrome repairs it
and runs as stable as Avant brwoser.


@gwailo247: It's been around for a while, if you actually wanted to switch you would have googled for an alternative and found it. Chrome's NoScript equivalent is NotScripts:

Btw, I'm a Firefox user, I just don't care for people bashing anything without reason.