Google updates beta browser

Published 09 September 08 12:03 PM | rodtrent

Chrome gets an update to fix the Google developers’ security oversights…

http://googlechromereleases.blogspot.com/2008/09/beta-release-0214929.html 

In the post they iterate how important it is that you keep their updater program on your computer.  Unfortunately, they don’t mention that you can only get rid of the updater program manually.

“Automatic updates are a key security feature in helping to ensure the safety of Google Chrome users.”

Actually, I think uninstalling is probably the best security measure at this point.  Don’t run this browser on a production computer.  Of course, we all know that about beta products right?  I mean, you’re not running the Gmail beta (or any other Google beta) on your production computer, are you?

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