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Google Chrome for Linux finally goes Stable

Google Chrome Stable for Linux

The first stable version of Google Chrome for Linux has been released. Since the initial beta release of Google Chrome for Linux, back in December 2009, several upgrades have been to the beta. Newly released Google Chrome Stable for Linux, v.5.0.375.55, boast improved plug-in support, extensions functionality, and desktop integration. It also includes support for desktop notifications and bookmark sync (Bookmarks, Preferences and Themes) – password sync is not included.

Chrome developers say Google Chrome for Linux (stable) is a solid, high-performance, fully-featured, all-purpose browser. The developers also promise to continue to seamlessly integrate Chrome with the Linux desktop on a variety of popular Linux distributions.

Google Chrome for Linux -- stable version has .Deb builds for 32 and 64bit Debian/Ubuntu, 32 and 64 bit .RPM builds for Fedora/openSUSE