Google’s New Stable Version – Chrome 12

The company of Google has now just released their new version 12 of their Chrome browser, also this update brings hundreds of their bug fixes, aside from the many more features that have now been available on the Chrome beta as well as dev channels to their users who still yet shows his interest in using Google Chrome’s latest builds. Chrome 12 also now address for 14 new security vulnerabilities in the WebKit based browser in which five is now rated as high in spite of six as a medium as three as a low.

Also the brand new version of the Google Chrome is now coming out by adding with some features as well as hardware acceleration including 3D CSS, new Safe browsing protection to prevent access of malicious file as well as the deletion of the Flash cookies from inside the Chrome, though all the previous versions can only manage just use that online settings applications on the Adobe’s website. Google has now also integrated Sync into the new pages settings with an improved screen reader support as well as a new warning when you are going to hit Chrome browser on the Mac.  So you can now easily launch any kind of application by their name from the Ominibox but on the other hand the search giant has quite been able to remove Google Gears.

This latest stable build version of the Google Chrome browser is now available for verities of platform including Windows, Linux and Mac OS. Also the existing user of Google Chrome can easily use the built-in update function under the About Google Chrome menu tab.

Additionally this release is now lighting on the new features because Google has now yet not been concerned about using this version members in order to make a significant development milestone. In this regard the search giant has also promised to push out their new stable built with the interval of 6 weeks, like Google Chrome 11 has released 6 weeks earlier before releasing of Chrome 12. Though, the users don’t have to face any kind of problem because the browser is already used by 1 in every 8 users.