Friday, June 8, 2012

Stable Channel Update

The Stable channel has been updated to 19.0.1084.56 for Windows, Linux, and Chrome Frame. This build contains a new version of Flash Player (11.3), for Windows and Chrome Frame, in addition to some minor stability fixes.

Full details about what changes are in this build are available in the SVN revision logInterested in switching release channels? Find out how. If you find a new issue, please let us know by filing a bug.

Anthony Laforge
Google Chrome

17 comments:

Unknown said...

What about Mac?

pseudocube said...

I'm running the latest version of chrome, but chrome://plugins shows flash 11`.2.

Cody said...

I am running Windows 7 64-bit and have Flash 11.3.

O Costa said...

I'm also running Chrome 1.19.0.1084.56 on Fedora 17 x86_64 and about:plugins shows Flash version as 11.2 r202 (which is indeed installed from Adobe official package). Is Chrome for Linux also bundled with its own version of Flash? If so, how do we enable it?

hadi said...

why chrome beta still got crash in w8rp?

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Žilvinas said...

Same problems like for the most of the fellows out here, running the latest Google Chrome Stable in Ubuntu and still chrome://flash and chrome://plugins shows that I am using Adobe Flash Playr 11.2.x

eLDuRo said...

I am running Windows 7 Ultimate 64Bit & I have the latest Flash 11.3 awesome, great job Chrome team.

Victor Zamanian said...

Same here. I'm also on Ubuntu and am stuck with Flash 11.2.

Unknown said...

Flash is not bundled with x64 builds of Chrome, at least it wasn't last I checked. You will need to install Flash x64 manually and you can go to about:plugins to tell Chrome with version to use if it doesn't use the latest by default.

Unknown said...

Also, it looks like there is no 11.3 for Linux: http://www.adobe.com/software/flash/about/

W.G. said...

The NPAPI version of Flash for Linux has been abandoned by Adobe. You'll need to use the Google PPAPI version instead if you want 11.3.

http://blogs.adobe.com/flashplayer/category/linux

David Newkirk said...

Web Inspector still falsely showing all cookie expiries as December 7, 1969. When will the upstream fix make it to Stable?

rakesh makluri said...

When Google Chrome 20 stable build is going to be released? And what is the normal gap between every stable release? is that period is fixed or variable?

ර.. said...

Did anyone noticed that chrome stopped removing session cookies after closing the browser. This started to happen from 2-3 weeks ago.

Erni Fani said...

Yeah, googlechrome more stable. I love it.
thanks
forsklin

Michael said...

can you guys in development make a light browser in term of RAM Memory usage ?

its been a trademark between our community that Chrome is a RAM memory eater compared to Mozilla Firefox 13 :(

although i like Chrome, but the greedy RAM eater forces me switching to Mozilla everyday.