Google Chrome 26 also adds support for grammar, homonym and context-sensitive spell checking in English, powered by the same technologies used by Google search. Support for additional languages is on the way.
Furthermore, Google Chrome 26 version for Windows includes app launcher - a dedicated home for your apps which makes them easy to open outside the browser. This is the same experience as the app launcher on Chromebooks. You’ll need to install a Chrome packaged app in order to try out the Chrome app launcher. Chrome packaged apps deliver a native-like experience across multiple platforms with the security properties of a web page.
New in Google Chrome 26
This release contains the following new features and updates:
- "Ask Google for suggestions" spell checking feature improvements. (e.g. grammar and homonym checking)
- Developer preview of app launcher on Windows.
- Forced compositing mode and threaded compositing on Mac.
- Desktop shortcuts for multiple users (profiles) on Windows.
- Updated UI styling of menus on Windows.
- Asynchronous DNS resolver on Mac and Linux.
Download Google Chrome Stable Channel (April 9, 2013)
Google Chrome 26.0.1410.64 Stable is available here: http://www.google.com/chrome
Google Chrome 26.0.1410.64 Stable
Note: If you’re running the Windows 8, you’ll be able to try Chrome in Metro mode by setting it as your default browser.
What's new in Google Chrome 26.0.1410.64 Stable?
This build contains the following updates:
- Stability improvements.
- Updated Pepper Flash to 11.7.700.169 for Macintosh and Linux, and 11.7.700.179 for Windows.
For more information about changes that are in this version of Chrome 25, go to the following Google website: svn revision log.
Google Chrome Stable Update