Google's Chrome Leaves Beta On Linux
Written by Michael Larabel in Google on 25 May 2010 at 01:55 PM EDT. 16 Comments
Google Chrome for Linux was released this past December as a beta product, but today Google is releasing the first stable version of their Chrome web-browser for Linux. The Mac OS X version is being released today as stable too.

The latest Google Chrome update also allows synchronizing bookmarks across multiple computers and support for browser preferences along with other new features. The Adobe Flash Player isn't yet integrated into Chrome, but it's coming soon.

Google's announcement of Chrome going stable on Linux can be found on the Chrome BlogSpot as well as the Chromium blog.
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