Today MultiBrowser has released standalone version of Chrome 47 following the official release of stable Chrome 47. Chrome 44 has also been updated for better Windows 10 compatibility.
Google's Chrome 47 web browser, include 41 security fixes, 22 of which generated $105,000 in cash for security researchers.
One of the changes include the removal of notifications. The removal of the notifications center is part of a wider effort among Chrome developers to eliminate features that aren't used frequently and keep Chrome code as simple as possible.
While not all new features of Chrome 47 have been revealed, the list of security fixes should be enough to justify the update if users have intentionally turned off automatic updates in Chrome. According to Google, Chrome 47 includes 41 security fixes, though the company has detailed just 22 that were reported by external security researchers and qualified for payment under its vulnerability rewards program.
The largest single payout was $11,337 for a "high severity" use-after-free issue in AppCache.
In total, Google lists 13 high-severity bugs that have been fixed, six medium severity issues and three low-severity ones.
The 22 bugs for which Google has listed a payout amounted to a total of just over $105,000 for Chrome 47.
To download Chrome 47 standalone or any other standalone browsers, open the "Browser Downloader", which can be found under the "File", "Browser Downloader" menu option.