Google Announces a New Version of Google Chrome

Google has just announced the introduction of a new version of Google Chrome that would always go live before the main stable build.

The purpose of the newly-created “early stable” channel is as simple as it could be: to give Google more time to detect major bugs and issues, therefore making it possible to limit the damage if something goes wrong.

The new early stable channel will go live with the release of Chrome 110 next month, and Google explains that only a small percentage of users will receive it.

The early stable will always start rolling out one week before the main stable build.

“We are making a change to the release schedule for Chrome. From Chrome 110, the initial release date to stable will be one week earlier. This early stable version will be released to a small percentage of users, with the majority of people getting the release a week later at the normal scheduled date, this will also be the date the new version is available from the Chrome downl… (read more)

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