Google has updated the beta version of its Chrome for Linux with a variety of fixes designed to make the browser more reliable, the company announced Thursday. Version 5.0.307.7 of Chrome for Linux addresses several bugs that were problematic in the previous version. One fix, for example, changes an out of memory killer mechanism so that it terminates runaway tabs before it closes the browser when memory is low. The upgrade was released in tandem with a similar update to the Mac version.
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