Google announced Tuesday the launch of the Google Chrome 65 browser on the fixed channel for all supported operating systems, such as GNU / Linux, MacOS and of course Windows.
Google Chrome 65.0.3325.146 is the latest stable version of the Chromium-based browser and comes with two new Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) for developers. Specifically, it brings API Paint CSS and API ServerTiming, announced by Google during beta editions.
This new fixed version of Chrome also brings several other improvements to many of the browser components, such as the Blink engine, along with many security fixes. According to Google. 45 security gaps have been fixed.
"The Chrome team is pleased to announce the launch of Chrome 65 on the fixed channel for Windows, Mac and Linux."
"Chrome 65.0.3325.146 contains a number of fixes and enhancements", said Krishna Govind. "This update includes 45 security fixes."