A new update to Google Chrome has been released to fix some problems for those using G Suite, Google Apps, and other third-party applications.
The new update fixes some issues that have cropped up on the Chrome web browser over the past few months, including an issue where a user could accidentally close a web page.
The fix also fixes a couple of other issues related to the G Suite browser, such as the problem where some apps could crash when users clicked on them.
Chrome 57 also introduces the ability to add extensions to Google Play, which lets users sideload additional apps, such a game or movie, and can also allow users to manage their data and privacy settings.
Other fixes include the ability for Chrome users to view URLs, such an app’s URL bar.
The update also makes Chrome 59 a much more secure version of Chrome 57, so the browser will now display a warning when a user accesses a malicious file, such malicious code, that could allow a hacker to gain access to users account or other sensitive data.
A new version of the Google Chrome browser will be released to Chrome users on November 5, which will make its debut on November 8.
If you’ve already downloaded the update, let us know how you like it and if you think it’s worth upgrading.
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