Google Chrome 9 lands for devs

Shane McGlaun - Nov 4, 2010
Google Chrome 9 lands for devs

Fans of Google Chrome will be glad to hear that the web giant has tossed out the latest version of the browser for developers to grab. The new version is Chrome 9 and is specifically the 9.0.570.0 build and brings with it a bunch of changes.

Among those changes are security fixes, and minor changes to make it run faster. There are no new features added to the Chrome Labs section of the browser. Google is reportedly aiming to launch the final version of the browser by November 29.

Among the fixes in the latest dev version include a Mac fix for dock icon updates after closing an incognito window with an in-progress download. A Linux fix takes care of border colors in incognito mode. There are still a few known issues including windows media player for Firefox not loading and a few others.

[Thanks Armin!]

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