Google proudly announced last evening, May 15th, that they have unleashed the stable and final version of the Google Chrome 19 web browser for Linux, Macintosh, Windows and Chrome Frame platforms.
Google Chrome 19 (the actual version is 19.0.1084.46) brings a lots of bugfixes and a few new features including tab synchronization technology.
“Say you’ve found an awesome recipe on your work computer while... ahem... working hard at the office. But when you get back home, you can’t quite remember if it was two teaspoons of baking soda or two teaspoons of baking powder. Wouldn’t it be cool if you could pull up the same recipe on your home computer with one click?”
“With today’s Stable release of Chrome, you can. When you’re signed in to Chrome, your open tabs are synced across all your devices, so you can quickly access them from the “Other devices” menu on the New Tab page.” - was stated in the official release announcement.
Google Chrome 19 also comes with fixes for numerous bugs found by various developers and hackers around the world. To see what exactly was fixed, please take a look at the official release notes.
The Google Chrome web browser is distributed as .deb files for the Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Precise Pangolin) and Debian 6.0 distributions, as well as .rpm files for all RPM-based Linux operating systems. The binary packages are available for both 32-bit and 64-bit architectures.
About Google Chrome
Google Chrome is a revolutionary web browser that makes surfing the Internet more efficient and ergonomic by placing modules on each new opened tab.
Instead of showing a blank page, Google Chrome offers you eight thumbnails, displaying the most visited websites, a history search bar and even the last ten closed tabs.
Google Chrome is extremely fast, from the moment you open it until it is closed.