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Newest version of Google Chrome?

My version as of 2/19/2012 is:17.0.963.56--Is this the most current?

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Yes 17.0.963.56 is the latest version as of Feb-20.

Posted on Feb 20, 2012

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I do not think that this a problem with Google Chrome. It is probably just a problem with your internet. Something that you could try is...
Restarting your modem (and router if you have one). To do this, you can't just turn them on then off again. That will not solve any connection errors. What you need to do instead is a full restart. To do this, you need to shut down your computer, then shut off your modem (and router if you have one) and wait 5 or 10 minutes. This will send a message back to internet provider, and they will manually restart it for you. When the time is up, turn everything back on and see if Chrome crashes.
A way to test that it is actually Google Chromes fault, is to try using a different Web Browser and see if it still works then.

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