Google has released Chrome 99 as a stable version. The latest update fixed 28 vulnerabilities, many of which were “high risk”. The browser also has a download button above the toolbar.
The new version of the browser is available for download as a stable version and as an extended stable version, after Google Beta released last month From Chrome 99. Running in stable version Fixed 28 vulnerabilitiesThe company writes. Nine of these vulnerabilities are rated as “high”. It seems that the most dangerous of these CVE-2022-0789 But nothing is more known at this point than a heap-based buffer overflow in the corner component. There are also many after-uses present in the browser.
The latest version of the browser includes a function that places the download button in the menu bar at the top of the browser. This is similar to the way Firefox actually handles downloads. The button allows users to see all their downloads at once and go to the corresponding folder on their computer. Edge already has this feature, as one of the distinguishing features of the browser that relies more heavily on Chromium.
In Chrome 99, websites can now also use the operating system’s calendar function when filling out web forms. Developers no longer have to implement their own calendar widgets on websites, but they can directly call up the platform’s calendar popup. Additionally, Chrome 99 supports handwriting input recognition, and CSS Cascade Layers support.
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