Google has announced version 4.0 of its browser Chrome. Available for Windows
only, it fixes 13 bugs and improves synchronization of extensions.
Replacing the beta last December, the final version of Chrome 4.0 fixes a
total of 13 security vulnerabilities and provides better synchronization tools.
Among the vulnerabilities, six were classified among the “high threat system”
and four of them had even been withdrawn from listing errors Chrome official,
supposedly to prevent hackers from exploiting this information. This is
explained Anthony Laforge, product manager for Chrome: “Some bugs are kept
secret until a majority of our users to be confronted.”.
Another improvement of this final version lies in the synchronization of
bookmarks and extensions, a useful improvement to the views of the 1500 add-ons
available for Chrome.