Google is Wise, Chrome Updates Silently

By | December 16, 2008

Via Asa Dotzler blog.

Here is a great way to make sure that all of your software users are using the latest stable release, which usually fixes security issues and various bugs discovered: silent updates.

As he writes:

It looks like the folks at Google turned on the automatic (silent) update for Chrome beta users today. They should have all of their users on the latest version in just a few days.


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  1. Tiago Sá says:

    Which also brings up the question of trust. One more thing that makes me not want to use chrome. Does it allow to turn off the automatic intrusion? Erm… Update?