Chrome 20 browser released: exclusive 64-bit Linux Flash, fewer MacBook crashes
If your new MacBook is having kernel panics, or you’re forced to run a 32-bit browser in Linux because you need Flash, Google’s brought relief with version 20 of Chrome. While acting sheepish about “yet another release,” the Chrome Blog said “hundreds of bugs” were fixed, including a MacBook resource leak issue which was temporarily patched by disabling some GPU features. Also, Linux users will finally get full 64-bit support for Flash with Adobe’s PPAPI “Pepper” version, but since it was made exclusively for Chrome, Penguin users will be stuck with that browser if they want the feature. To get it, check the source after the br… oh, right, background update. Nevermind.
Pubblicato il 29/06/2012, in Hi-Tech con tag 64-bit flash, 64-bit linux, 64-bitFlash, 64-bitLinux, adobe flash, AdobeFlash, browser, browsers, bug fix, bug fixes, BugFix, BugFixes, chrome, chrome linux, chrome mac, chrome windows, ChromeForIos, ChromeLinux, ChromeMac, ChromeWindows, crashing, flash, google, google chrome, GoogleChrome, kernel panic, KernelPanic, macbook, minipost. Aggiungi il permalink ai segnalibri. Lascia un commento.