Google has released a new update for Chrome, patching four different security vulnerabilities in the browser on all supported desktop platforms.
With this update, Google Chrome reaches version 80.0.3987.132 on Windows, Linux, and Mac, and because the rollout takes place in stages, you can manually update by downloading the standalone installer using the link in this article.
Google uses a gradual release of the new update, and the company says it could take a few days or weeks until everyone gets it.
This Chrome update includes four different security fixes, but the search giant doesn’t release all details until the majority of users install it. This helps prevent exploits that would be specifically aimed at devices where the latest version wasn’t installed.