Google to speed up Chrome's release cycle to four weeks

Updated:3 months, 1 week ago

New Delhi, Mar 07 (ANI): Google is working on speeding up the release cycle of Chrome updates to four weeks from the current six-week period in order to improve the security, speed, and stability of the browser application. As per The Verge, starting with Chrome 94 in Q3, 2021, Google will release milestones of its browser every four weeks, instead of every six weeks. This is the first time Google has sped up its Chrome release schedule for more than a decade. For users on Chrome OS, the company is also planning to support multiple stable release options.

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