Google is working to speed up the Chrome update release cycle to four weeks of the current six-week period to improve the security, speed, and stability of the browser application.
According to post in the Google Chromium blog, starting with Chrome 94 in Q3, 2021, Google will run stages on your browser every four weeks instead of every six weeks. This is the first time Google has accelerated its work Chrome release schedule for more than a decade.
“As we’ve improved Chrome’s testing and launch processes and implemented two-week security updates to improve the difference in fixes, it’s clear that we can shorten our release cycle and provide new features faster,” said Alex Miner. technical specialist program manager in Chrome.
In addition, Google will add a new “Advanced Stable” option, with updates every eight weeks. The new option will be available for enterprise administrators and Chromium installers who need extra time to manage updates.
Important security updates will still arrive every two weeks in this version, but the extended stable should hopefully avoid a situation where silent experiments with Chrome will eventually annoy IT administrators.
For Chrome OS users, the company also plans to support a number of stable version options.
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