Google Chrome jumps from 0.4.154.31 to 188.8.131.52
From the "read Andy Patrizio's story first then come back" files:
So Google Chrome is finally out of beta. From a detailed point of view this means that my version of Chrome (stable) jumped from 0.4.154.31 all the way to non-beta 184.108.40.206 version. That's quite a jump.
But on the dev-channel version of Chrome, I'm still at version 0.4.154.33 (the one I wrote about earlier this week with the Hotmail fix). That's kind of strange isn't it?
Dev channel users: The Dev channel release will stay at 0.4.154.33," Larson wrote. "The
current stable release is the same as the current Dev channel release
without the Hotmail fix (which hasn't been tested enough to release to
all users). An update is coming next week."
So what does that mean? It means that Google Chrome 1.x non-beta doesn't work with Hotmail as it should.
It also means that Google has done a little magic with its numbering system for Chrome in my opinion. Unless I'm totally wrong Google Chrome dev 0.4.154.33 actually has more fixes in it than Google Chrome stable 220.127.116.11. It also means that Google has taken a product out of Beta without first making sure it had a Linux version available.
Don't get me wrong Google Chrome is one awesome browser. But just don't forget that even though Google has declared it out of beta and now has a 1.x release there are still a lot of bugs to fix.