Google Chrome finally moves out of beta!
Compare to Gmail , Google Reader or other Google products(Why Google Chrome Left Beta and Gmail Hasn’t), the time frame of Google Chrome got out of beta is relatively short. I believe that this is a part of Google’s grand strategy to continue dominating its web presence.
It doesn’t really matter whether Google will earn a sizable share of web browsers; as long as it can move the browsers technology forward that’s already considered as an accomplishment.
If you want to know whether you have the update, check Chrome’s About page. If you don’t have the current version, you can force the update from the dialog box. Normally, Chrome checks for updates every fifth hour of use.
The update system has been used for 14 updates of the beta product so far. This 15th update will be the first non-beta release.
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