Monday, August 13, 2012

Stable Channel Update


The Stable channel has been updated to 21.0.1180.77 for Mac, Linux, Windows and Chrome Frame

This build fixes a problem with an item in Node::attributes disappearing (Issue 140473). 

If you find new issues, please let us know by filing a bug at http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/entry

Karen Grunberg
Google Chrome

11 comments:

TacticalTimbo said...

Still goes stuttery/laggy when moving tabs with flash content past the bottom and sides of the display. I tried chrome stable V20 and the issue is not there, so it wasn't always like this.

muhn85 said...

Flash problems version 21 is not stable

Logos said...

two major issues:

1 going crazy in Windows 8 (release preview): Chrome generates a very CPU load even on Google HP ... no idea how to solve this, the issue started today.

2 updating Chrome, either from a current install or by downloading from the web (installing from scratch)takes forever... this is just mad.

Hans said...

IBA Opt-out (by Google) seems to be broken. Heavy CPU-load when enabled. Everything is fine when disabled.

Alvaro Schneider said...

Flash issues all over the place: blank pages, freezed tabs, high cpu load. Removed prefs, problems remain. Updated flash. Still. Not usable at all on W7Enterprise SP1 64 Bit new install. Thanks, you made me realize how nice Firefox is evolving.





Ermeson said...

here everything normal

Allan said...

I updated my Chrome today, but I have problems yet.
I can't watch videos on FullScreen, when I see "Windows Task Manager" the CPU usage is always High and the video freezes.
If I disable PepperFlash all works fine for me.

spartan1 said...

Problem with this version - very high cpu usage.

Phil Clark said...

I found the hi cpu usage seems to be that every chrome extension is opening a chrome.exe process for itself. I have 11 chrome.exe's runnning right now?

spartan1 said...

The extension "IBA Opt-out (by Google)" was responsible for high cpu usage and cpu was normal for me after disabling that extension.

Phil Clark said...

Disabling the "IBA Opt-Out" brought my cpu usage back down to normal again, I still have 8 separate chrome.exe processes going; is that normal?