Download Google Chrome 20 Beta

By | May 30, 2012 | 10 Comments

Download Google Chrome 20 BetaUltimately, it’s just an exciting number.

This is it, after months and months of waiting, the search giant has finally released the very first Beta build of the Google Chrome 20 web browser.

Although it is yet to include any new features, the earlier Google Chrome 20 Dev (Alpha) builds had a slightly wider new tab button, making it easier to users click on as well as other UI refinements, nothing too ground breaking so far.

If you are keen to test this build, please note that some users have reported performance issues with the 1080p videos while playing in a full screen mode, so be aware of that.

Google Chrome 20

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  • Lmao

      Can anyone confirm that? The page with web browsers does not load

      • Shane Bundy

        Google Chrome’s not on the list. ^_^


          Can you take a full screen picture? That page redirects me to fb homepage

          • Shane Bundy

            It redirects me to the homepage too but I’ll see what I can do.


            Got it!

    • Fmaogzrghzgthyjhj

      Possibly makes sense flash is crashing a lot in Chrome .. may be that’s the reason….. It sad when Chrome crash in Youtube wish is also owned by google.

      But like Appple always do you can always blaim it on adobe.
      You got a virus it is not apples fault it is adobe fault …
      Good guy Microsoft give free MSE so you do not have to suffer for both Vista and Widnows 7 for non business users).

  • isra

    Download Chrome 20 aka Chrome 1.19 :P

  • Shane Bundy

    V, I believe this is the first version of Chrome that has a refactored UI – It’s been redone in HTML, CSS and JS (in preparation for their upcoming Metro version, I assume).

    I know that because I was using the Chromium nightly builds at the time. :)


      Oh, that makes sense, thanks!