Google Chrome for Linux is now officially stable

A few hours earlier, a stable version of Google Chrome for Linux was released. I noticed this on my Synaptic Package Manager . It comes under the name google-chrome-stable and the version is 5.0.375.55-r47796. If you select to install this stable version, all other beta/unstable versions of Google Chrome will be uninstalled.
Users trying to install via command line please use this command
sudo apt-get install google-chrome-stable

Sayantan Das

Sayantan is a DevOps Consultant by the day and works mainly with Ansible and Linux . He is a AWS - SA and RedHat Certified Engineer . He loves to tinker with Linux systems .

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