Google has released a new stable version, 16·0·912·63, of its Chrome browser, for Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, and Chrome Frame. The new release contains fixes for 15 security vulnerabilities, 6 of which Google rates as High severity. It also includes some new sync functionality, including the ability to create multiple user profiles for a given instance of Chrome. More details on the changes in this version are in the release announcement; a post on the Google Chrome Blog describes the sync improvements.
Windows and Mac users should get the new version via the built-in update mechanism. Linux users should get the updated package from their distributions’ repositories, using their standard package maintenance tools.