Google Chrome 22 continues its path towards the beta channel, but there are still a couple of dev channel releases coming before that. The latest, Chrome 22.0.1 229.6, comes with the usual array of fixes and improvements.
There are some improvements and additions to the multi-user avatars, though most of the changes aren't visible yet. Some minor fixes to the Incognito mode have been included as well as some improvements to the built-in color picker.
Stable channel users are also getting an update, not that the vast majority of them will even notice since it all happens in the background.
The stable channel update, Chrome 21.0.1180.79, only fixes a security issue in Flash, which comes built into Chrome. In fact, Chrome 21 was the first Chrome for Windows to run the PPAPI version of Flash by default.
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