On April 4, 2023, Google released a new version of its browser – Google Chrome 112 for operating systems: Windows, macOS, Linux, Android and iOS. A total of 16 vulnerabilities were fixed in Chrome 112.
What’s new in version 112
Among the main Chrome 112 changes:
- The Safety Check tool (chrome://settings/?search=safety+check) has been expanded to check for updates, compromised passwords, secure browsing status (standard protection, enhanced protection, protection disabled) and malicious extensions.
- Chrome Apps can no longer be downloaded from the Chrome Web Store. The browser is phasing them out and offering to use Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) instead. The regular extensions from the Chrome store aren’t going anywhere.
- With the chrome://flags/#read-anything experimental flag, you can activate an alternate reading mode to read articles in the sidebar.
- With the experimental chrome://flags/#chrome-refresh-2023 flag, you can see which way Chrome’s design will change. So far, the changes are minor.
- The Web Auth Flow-based add-on authorization page is now shown in a tab rather than a separate window, allowing you to see the URL for phishing protection.
Download Google Chrome 112
You can download Google Chrome 112.0.5615.50 from the table below.
|Google Chrome||112.0.5615.50||Windows 11, 10||Offline Installer||Download 64 bit
Download 32 bit
|Google Chrome Portable||112.0.5615.50||Windows 11, 10||Portable version||Download 64 bit
Download 32 bit
|Google Chrome||112.0.5615.50||macOS 10.13 or later||Offline Installer||Download|
|Google Chrome||112.0.5615.50||Linux||.deb (Debian/Ubuntu)|