today google anounced that i will be speeding up chrome releases later this year .in a six weeks time line google pushes major updates to google chrome but this fall, that’ll switch to a four-week timeline Google said today that this won’t necessarily speed up the rate at which new features are added to Chrome, but it will allow the company to push bug fixes more regularly. thats improtant too because begining of this week google relases patches atch for a zero-day vulnerability that has an active exploit Google will be able to patch those vulnerabilities on a much more regular basisGoogle says that it will be rolling out a new “Extended Stable” option that will update with a new milestone release every 8 weeks. .The first new Chrome update on this schedule is expected to be Chrome 94, which Google says will release on September 21st, 2021. That makes Chrome 93 the final release in the current six-week structure, and gives it a release date of August 31st, 2021. In a separate blog post,enterprise administrators and Chromium embedders” who can’t manage Chrome releases on a four-week timescaleThe Extended Stable option is available forthem .so later on this the major updates of chrome will be realsed once in a month.this wil be the big change in google .beacuses his updates we can use a secure browser with out any worries .
So, later on this year, we’ll see Chrome get updated with major releases once a month, which is a pretty big change for Google. Hopefully that means a secure browser overall, even if doesn’t mean new features on a faster basis.