Monday, April 6, 2020

Google Chrome resumes updates

Google says it’s now ready to resume work on Chrome, after briefly halting upcoming releases of the browser in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Daily canary builds of the browser, dev, and beta versions “have or will resume this week,” according to Google. The next stable channel update that rolls out broadly to Chrome users will arrive the week of April 7th, with the release of Chrome 81.
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Google canceled its Chrome 82 release, but all the features involved will roll into Chrome 83 which “will be released three weeks earlier than previously planned” in mid-May. Google stopped work on Chrome to prioritize the stability of Chrome OS and the Chrome browser just as millions started working from home earlier this month.

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