Version 22 of Chrome delivers more secure Flash support in Windows

By Shawn Knight · 11 replies
Aug 9, 2012
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  1. Google has released version 22 of their popular Chrome web browser and while it doesn't come with a huge list of changes, there are a couple of features to get excited about if you are concerned with security. Google has……

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  2. lawfer

    lawfer TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,270   +91

    Gotta love Chrome.

    Exactly this day, but a year ago, I would never even come close to Chrome. Now it's nothing but love.

    Although I still have the Fox around.
  3. ReederOnTheRun

    ReederOnTheRun TS Booster Posts: 304   +62

  4. Chazz

    Chazz TS Evangelist Posts: 679   +75

    Every release of firefox we get people bitching about their rapid updates and threats to switch to chrome if they don't stop.

    Chrome is on version 22.....
  5. colinf

    colinf TS Enthusiast Posts: 47   +7

    if you do your maths thats 5.25 updates a year
  6. Chazz

    Chazz TS Evangelist Posts: 679   +75

    If you followed computers, games or software in general you'd know that every update doesn't correspond to a whole number.
  7. ReederOnTheRun

    ReederOnTheRun TS Booster Posts: 304   +62

    I never cared about the updates. Firefox has just slowed down recently compared to chrome. Maybe it sped up by now or maybe it hasn't. All I care about is chrome is fast, has loads of add ons, and syncs well with everything. I dont have any reason to switch from it.
  8. Chazz

    Chazz TS Evangelist Posts: 679   +75

    Every major browser has those exact qualities. I don't believe the browser wars have started again. Pick your poison and enjoy.
  9. ReederOnTheRun

    ReederOnTheRun TS Booster Posts: 304   +62

    I like the way you think
  10. sapo joe

    sapo joe TS Member Posts: 81   +6

    I would be a happy Chrome user if they released a x64 windows version. For that exact reason, I love Waterfox, and its great plugins. It could be lightweight like Chrome, but hey, I have these 8gigs of RAM and they do the job fine.
  11. ^and if Waterfox was put up against Chrome in a hacking contest like, say, Pwn2Own, who do you think would win? Chrome may be 32-bit, but it does have the sandbox and separate process for each tab to avoid complete browser crashes. Plus it's Chrome and it performs like a champ day after day.
  12. sapo joe

    sapo joe TS Member Posts: 81   +6

    You must have a very crappy computer, because I have neither crashes or any problems with any browser. (Waterfox also has a separate plugin process that avoids crashes). And security-wise I have no complaints at all... No fanboysm here, I like Opera as well (as it also has 64bit support). Soon M$ will ditch 32bit for good, so, google'd better keep it up...

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