Google warns 2 billion users of updates that could crash websites around the world: Google warns that 200 million Chrome users worldwide are at risk. Google has warned users that the upcoming Chrome browser update will crash several websites around the world.
The problem that can not be caught.! No solution ..!
Tech giant Google has revealed this on its Chromiumbug tracker blog. Google believes there is no solution to the uncertainty that is yet to come. Google seems to be trying its best to fix the problem. However, it is not yet clear what kind of problems any websites will have.
Be careful ..!
Forbes reports that Chrome users should use other browsers until the issue is resolved. Chrome users are advised to be cautious. Looks like Chrome users may have issues next month.
Version problem ..!
According to Forbes … there seems to be a problem with the Google Chrome version. Chrome browser is currently version 96. However, Google is testing the ‘Chrome Canary’ browser to make more features available to users. This is an early access developer build. Now it is in version 99. Whenever the browser version reaches 100, there seems to be a risk.
According to Forbes, the affected websites will stop loading. This is because these websites check the Chrome version when users visit the site. However, design software such as professional website designer Duda will only check the first two digits. Access to Chrome browser version 100 is now limited.
Google Attempts ..!
It looks like Google is trying to check this issue with processes like hacking to prevent these issues. Google is experimenting with getting a double digit version instead of version 100 when visiting those websites.
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