A new version of the browser is now up for grabs for Windows and Linux users
Google has just published a new developer version of its browser specifically aimed at users who are trying to test a future build of the application before it goes live.Since it’s a new developer release, Google Chrome 29.0.1535.3 Dev is mostly trying to fix previously-reported bugs and crashes that occurred when loading specific websites.
“The Dev Channel has been updated to 29.0.1535.3 for Windows, Linux and Chrome Frame. This release fixes a number of crashes, as well as other bugs,” Google Chrome developer Jason Kersey has confirmed in a short statement.
As usual, if you’re looking for a much more stable experience, you’re strongly recommended to download the stable version of Google Chrome that’s more unlikely to crash or freeze when browsing the web.
Download Google Chrome 29.0.1535.3 Dev for Windows
Download Google Chrome 29.0.1535.3 Dev for Linux