Google have pushed Chrome 6.0.472.59 out to stable channel (and Beta) users for Windows, Mac and Linux.

The update fixes 9 security holes, one of which is rated as critical, with a further six rated as high, and two rated as a low threat.

Full details can be read on the Google Chrome Releases blog. Current Chrome users will receive the update automatically over the coming days.

New users can download and try Chrome from the Google Chrome website.

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    That version also seems to be breaking the ability of a fair few people’s ability to use the bookmark tab (not to mention moves the bookmark star and changes the bookmark shortcut), as you can see here:

    Is there anything you guys can do, google doesn’t seem to be recognising the problem, it’s incredibly frustrating..