Google releases Chrome 7.0 stable

Nearly seven weeks after the arrival of Chrome 6 on its second birthday, Google has released version 7 of Chrome into the web browser’s stable channel. The update includes hundreds of bug fixes, an updated HTML5 parser, support for directory upload and an HTML5 File API, which allows for web-based content to read files stored locally on a user’s system. Full AppleScript support has also been added for Mac OS X UI automation, as well as a new options window for managing cookies.

The update, which moves the full version number up to 7.0.517.41, also addresses a total of 11 security vulnerabilities in the WebKit-based browser, including one that Google rates as critical and five high-risk issues.

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