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Google has promoted today the Chrome 67 web browser for Linux, Mac, and Windows platforms to the stable channel, a release that will be available to users in coming days or weeks.
The Google Chrome 67.0.3396.62 update is now rolling out to the stable channel for all supported platforms, including GNU/Linux, macOS, and Microsoft Windows, and contains various bug fixes and performance improvements to make your Chrome browsing experience better, as well as some new features like support for Progressive Web Apps.

With the Chrome 67 release, Google continues to roll out Site Isolation feature to improve the overall security of the Chrome web browser, protecting users or minimizing the risk of attacks that might be caused by the widely mediatized Spectre security vulnerability, which already has no less than four variants.

"We're continuing to roll out Site Isolation to a larger percentage of the stable population in Chrome 67. Site Isolation improves Chrome's security and helps mitigate the risks posed by Spectre. To diagnose whether an issue is caused by Site Isolation, use chrome://flags#site-isolation-trial-opt-out as described here," said Google's Krishna Govind.
Read More here: Google Chrome 67 Rolls Out to Linux, Mac, and Windows with 34 Security Fixes