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Chrome version 29 is here - fixedByVonnie

Chrome version 29 is here

Google Chrome 29

Google released Chrome version 29 today.  Mark Pearson, Software Engineer at Chrome posted a few salient features.  Here’s the synopsis:

  • Omnibox suggestions now offer contextually relevant suggestions.
  • Easily restore Chrome to it’s original state with a new option in Settings > Show Advanced Settings > Reset Browser Settings.

Restore Browser

  • Better startup and scrolling performance
  • Native support for WebRTC so you can have video conferences directly in the browser.  You don’t need to download a plug-in since it’s integrated.

You can downloaded this latest version of Chrome from http://www.google.com/chrome


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