Like it or not, Chrome is the web browser that’s taking over the world. I use Chrome sparingly these days, mainly because recent versions have problems playing streaming video reliably, and because it seems to drain system resources more than other browsers — especially on mobile devices.
Still, Chrome has a lot going for it, and it remains a solid alternative to Firefox and the numerous browsers that, like Chrome, are based on the Chromium engine. Google welcomes — and indeed, rewards — vulnerability reports, and they act quickly to fix and release updates for Chrome.
Chrome 77.0.3865.90 includes fixes for four security vulnerabilities, all of which were reported by researchers not employed by Google. The full change log lists a few minor tweaks and obscure bug fixes.
Check your Chrome version and update it to the latest version by clicking the browser’s ‘three vertical dots’ menu button and navigating to
About Google Chrome.