Google Releases Chrome 32 Stable for Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X

This release comes with tab indicators for webcam, sound, and casting

By on January 14th, 2014 20:16 GMT

Google proudly announced a few minutes ago, January 14, the promotion of the Google Chrome 32 to the stable channel, supporting the Linux, Windows, Mac OS X, and Chrome Frame platforms.

The Google Chrome 32 web browser (the actual version is 32.0.1700.77 for Linux/Mac OS X and 32.0.1700.76 for Windows/Chrome Frame), introduces tab indicators for sound, casting, and webcam.

In addition, Google Chrome 32 now automatically blocks malware files, adds a different look to the Windows 8 Metro mode, as well as several new apps/extension APIs, and many under the hood fixes for better stability and performance.

This stable release of the popular Google Chrome web browser also includes an updated Flash Player, now at version 12.0.0.41, and 11 security fixes, which can be viewed in detail on the designated Chromium security page.

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Google Chrome 32 has been promoted to the stable channel!
   Google Chrome 32 has been promoted to the stable channel!
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