September 17th, 2008 by Keith

Google Chrome New Update Official Build 2200

Posted in Beta, Fun Stuff, Site News, Software Companies, Web Apps, Windows

After its initial release of Google Chrome web browser, Google has finally released the next updated version to patch its bugs and security fixes.

The previous version of Google Chrome was Build 1798. To update to the latest version, simply click on the Tool icon at the top-right hand side of the web browser and then click on About Google Chrome. That will bring up a dialog box, similar to the one shown on the thumbnail at the right.

After updating, the latest version will reflect Build 2200.

That will automatically trigger Google Chrome to search for new updates for the web browser. Simply, click “Update Now” to commence update process. That may take a few minutes, depending on the network bandwidth and the file size that Google Chrome will be downloading from the repository for updating the browser.

After the update process is completed, the screen-shot¬†(similar to the second thumbnail shown at the right)¬†will appear, indicating that “Google Chrome has been updated“.

In order for the new browser to take effect, all you have to do is to restart Google Chrome. Simple as that!

I tried searching Google to check for Change Log, but it’s not that easy to find, probably it’s located at Google Blog. Anyway, as long as you update to the latest version of Google Chrome, chances are you should be safe from security flaws.

If you are still new to Google Chrome, the application can be download from the link below.

Download Application
Google Chrome

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