Google has launched a new developer version of its Chrome browser to help fix operational problems.
Mark Larson, Google Chrome program manager, said, "Release 154.0 had a few browser crashes, including a crash on start-up on tablet PCs running Windows Vista. We fixed the new crashes and 154.3 should be much more stable."
He added, "There are more plug-in performance updates in this release, including fixing some videos that halt after one second and plug-ins causing the browser to become unresponsive."
Larson said the update also made Chrome more secure, with new security features for downloaded files.
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