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Desktop Version of Google Chrome Moved to a Stable Channel come with HTML5 YouTube Video and More Updates

On Wednesday, the Google Chrome browser for desktop version has been moved/updated to Chrome 54 and will be rolling out to Windows, Mac, and Linux in the coming weeks. The browser can be updated via the About section in the browser itself, or the new version can be downloaded from Chrome’s website.

The updates brings along bug and security fixes apart from performance improvements, instead of using the Flash Player, Chrome 54 will use HTML5 embed style for YouTube videos, since Google confirmed in August that Chrome browser will start blocking Flash and switch to HTML5.

Whereas, Chrome 54 on Android; users will be able to download webpages, pictures, music, and videos for offline viewing when they don’t have proper Internet/Data access. Further, new tabs in Chrome 54 will provide users with suggestions for articles – which will be suggested on the basis of your reading habits learned by the browser.

The update for Android is expected to roll out soon. 

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