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Google has released Chrome 19, which fixed more than 20 vulnerabilities in its browser, including eight high-risk bugs. A complete list can be found at the Stable Chanel for Windows, Mac, Linux and Chrome Frame:
The update is available through the built-in silent updater, or can be downloaded directly here: http://www.google.com/chrome
From the Google Chrome Blog:
Keeping tabs on your tabs
Say you've found an awesome recipe on your work computer while... ahem... working hard at the office. But when you get back home, you can't quite remember if it was two teaspoons of baking soda or two teaspoons of baking powder. Wouldn't it be cool if you could pull up the same recipe on your home computer with one click?
With today's Stable release of Chrome, you can. When you're signed in to Chrome, your open tabs are synced across all your devices, so you can quickly access them from the "Other devices" menu on the New Tab page. If you've got Chrome for Android Beta, you can open the same recipe tab right on your phone when you run out to the store for more ingredients. The back and forward buttons will even work, so you can pick up browsing right where you left off. [VIDEO]
Open tabs aren't the only things that sync when you sign in to Chrome. Signing in to Chrome also syncs your bookmarks, apps, extensions, history, themes, and other settings. That way, when you sign in to Chrome, you can have your personal Chrome experience on all your devices. Just go to the Chrome menu and select "Sign in to Chrome." [...]
While Chrome will be updated to the latest Stable version over the next few days, the tab sync feature will be rolled out more gradually over the coming weeks. Thank you for your patience and we hope you enjoy staying in sync!
Software Engineer and Tab-Wrangling Server Jockey