The latest Chrome release features a fix for one security vulnerability. There are about forty-five actual changes listed in the full change log, none of which are particularly noteworthy.
There’s not much of interest in the release announcement for Chrome 75.0.3770.90, although it does point out that the vulnerability was discovered and reported by a non-Google researcher.
Unless you’ve gone to the trouble of disabling Google’s persistent automatic update processes, your installation of Chrome will likely update itself over the next few days.
You can check your version and trigger any pending updates by navigating Chrome’s menu (the ‘three-vertical-dots’ button at the top right) to
About Google Chrome.