On September 4, 2018, Google released a new version of the Google Chrome browser. Google Chrome 69 runs on all major operating systems: Windows 10, Windows 7, macOS, Linux, Android and iOS. Chrome 69 fixed 40 security vulnerabilities in the browser.
What’s new in version 69
The major changes in Chrome 69 include:
- New Material Design user interface with rounded corners of buttons, tabs and address bar. The redesigned tabs make it easier to select the right page by site icon when there are a lot of tabs open in the browser.
- Instead of the “Protected” indicator for sites with SSL, a padlock icon is now shown. For sites that don’t use SSL, “Not Secure” will appear to the left of the address bar to alert users of an unencrypted data channel.
- There is a new “Add Shortcut” button on the new tab page. Previously, shortcut tiles were generated automatically based on the most frequently visited sites. Now you can add any sites there manually.
- The browser background can now be changed without installing additional extensions. You can use images from the Google collection or your own pictures as a background.
- Updated Omnibox. Answers to some search queries (definition or translation of a word, mathematical equation, address, etc.) can now be displayed directly in the address bar.
- When you sign up for a new site, Chrome automatically generates a strong password for you that’s hard to guess. You can refuse and use your own, or you can agree and take the suggested password. You won’t have to remember it – Chrome will save it in the password manager.
Download Google Chrome 69
You can download Google Chrome 69.0.3497.92 from the table below.
|Google Chrome||69.0.3497.92||Windows 10, 8, 7||Offline Installer||Download 64 bit
Download 32 bit
|Google Chrome||69.0.3497.92||macOS 10.10 (Yosemite) or later||Offline Installer||Download|
|Google Chrome||69.0.3497.92||Linux||.deb (Debian/Ubuntu)||Download .deb|