Non-Admin Google Chrome Frame Released to the Stable Channel

Back in June this year, Google introduced Non-Admin Google Chrome Frame on the developer channel for testing and recently deployed it to the beta channel. It has now released to the stable channel, announced Greg Thompson, Software Engineer.In a blog post on Chromium blog Thompson writes, "If you have installed the developer or beta channel […]

Back in June this year, Google introduced Non-Admin Google Chrome Frame on the developer channel for testing and recently deployed it to the beta channel. It has now released to the stable channel, announced Greg Thompson, Software Engineer.

In a blog post on Chromium blog Thompson writes, "If you have installed the developer or beta channel version and wish to switch to the stable version, you'll need to uninstall Chrome Frame and then install via the above link. Note that the uninstall experience is smoothest if you close all Internet Explorer windows prior to uninstalling Chrome Frame."

In addition to "Non-Admin Chrome Frame moving to the stable channel, we are rolling out a change to the default Chrome Frame installer; it will now run at Admin level by default and will fall back to Non-Admin mode if the user does not have the necessary permissions on their machine. This will allow all users to download a single installer that just works," noted Thompson.

This installer is available at the Chrome Frame download page.