A single security fix is the only change mentioned in the release announcement for the latest version of Chrome.
The change log contains forty-one changes, of which about twenty-five are minor bug fixes.
Chrome is pretty good about updating itself, but since this version includes a security fix, you should probably make sure by checking: three-dot-menu >
About Google Chrome. This will usually trigger an update if one is required.
When Windows 10 was first released in July 2015, the version number assigned to it was 1507. (In case you haven’t noticed, those four digit version numbers Microsoft is using correspond to the year and month of the release.)
In keeping with Microsoft’s new policies, support for Windows 10 version 1507 will end on May 9, 2017. That meas no more security updates, and an ever-increasing risk from security threats.
If you’re still running the initial release version of Windows 10, you might want to think about upgrading, or perhaps reverting to a less problematic O/S, like Windows 7 or Linux.