Google Releases Chrome 24

Google has released a new stable version, 24.0.1312.52, of its Chrome browser for all platforms: Linux, Mac OS X, Windows, and Chrome Frame.   The new version incorporates fixes for 25 identified security vulnerabilities, 11 of which Google identifies as High severity.  As expected, the Flash Player bundled with the new release also incorporates the security fixes that Adobe released earlier this week.

The new version incorporates speed and stability improvements; it is also the first stable version to include support for MathML.  There is more information in the Release Announcement.

Because of the security content of this release, I recommend that you update your systems as soon as you conveniently can.   Windows and Mac users can get the new version via the built-in update mechanism; Linux users should check their distribution’s repositories for the new version.

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