Google Chrome Gets Vista Fixes, Speed Boost

Google has released Chrome, the latest edition of its Web browser. The new version, though minor in number, includes some significant fixes for Windows Vista users, including:

  • Fix for a problem setting Google Chrome as the default browser on Windows Vista
  • Fix for a problem in which blank entries can appear in the address bar’s list of suggestions.

Several users have also reported a significant speed boost from the new version.

To download the new edition, visit this page or, within Google Chrome, select “About Google Chrome” from the Tools menu and proceed with an automatic update.

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