Google just released the latest stable version of Chrome for users of Windows, Mac and Linux desktops. The build numbers are Chrome 110.0.5481.77/.78 for Windows and 110.0.5481.77 for those using Mac and Linux.
If you have an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3000 or RTX 4000 graphics card on your PC, Chrome 110 adds RTX Video Super Resolution capability. Using AI software with NVIDIA's Tensor processors on the RTX 3000 or 4000 cards, Chrome 110 users will be able to watch videos on YouTube or Netflix at 1080p and watch them in upscaled 2160p or 4K resolutions. This new feature will still require new drivers to support it. It should also be enabled from the NVIDIA Control Panel.
Some other improvements in Chrome 110 include the ability to use a biometric device to fill in passwords, along with the addition of Google Translate settings to Chrome's regular settings. Enhances your browser's Safe Browsing setting to check your browser extensions for malware.
There's another small but interesting feature in Chrome 110. It's the first version of Google's browser that isn't officially supported by Windows 7 or 8.1. Google's support for these two older Windows operating systems ended with the release of Chrome 109 in early January 2023.
The new version fixes 15 security holes
[$ 7000]  High CVE-2023-0696: Type Confusion in V8. Reported by Haein Lee at KAIST Hacking Lab on 2022-12-18
[$ 4000]  High CVE-2023-0697: Inappropriate implementation in Full screen mode. Reported by Ahmed ElMasry on 2022-07-03
[$ 2000]  High CVE-2023-0698: Out of bounds read in WebRTC. Reported by Cassidy Kim(@cassidy6564) on 2022-12-25
[$ 3000]  Medium CVE-2023-0699: Use after free in GPU. Reported by 7o8v and Cassidy Kim(@cassidy6564) on 2022-10-06
[$ 3000]  Medium CVE-2023-0700: Inappropriate implementation in Download. Reported by Axel Chong on 2022-11-26
[$ 2000]  Medium CVE-2023-0701: Heap buffer overflow in WebUI. Reported by Sumin Hwang of SSD Labs on 2023-01-05
[$ 1500]  Medium CVE-2023-0702: Type Confusion in Data Transfer. Reported by Sri on 2022-04-14
[$ 1000]  Medium CVE-2023-0703: Type Confusion in DevTools. Reported by raven at KunLun lab on 2023-01-07
[$ 2000]  Low CVE-2023-0704: Insufficient policy enforcement in DevTools. Reported by Rhys Elsmore and Zac Sims of the Canva security team on 2022-11-18
[$ 1000]  Low CVE-2023-0705: Integer overflow in Core. Reported by SorryMybad (@S0rryMybad) of Kunlun Lab on 2021-08-11