On Wed, Jul 21, 2010 at 10:57 PM, Huan Ren <hu...
> You can now install/run two Google Chrome builds side by side:
> - Install one of Google Chrome stable/beta/dev releases as usual.
> - Install Google Chrome canary build (Windows only for now) which will be
> installed to different path, get updated separately, and run side by side
> with existing stable/beta/dev installation.
> In usual situation, the canary build will be same as dev build. Sometimes
> if necessary, we may push additional update on canary build so its version
> is higher than dev. This may happen in following possible scenarios:
> - When a beta branch is cut and a dev build is released from the beta
> branch, we may release a canary build from trunk so we have user coverage
> for builds from trunk.
> - When we need to release a risky dev build, we may push it to canary build
> first for test.
> *If you are doing development/test for chromium project or interesting in
> getting involved, we recommend you install Google Chrome canary build and
> use it on daily basis.* It helps you keep track of activities from both
> trunk and release branches. You can get Google Chrome canary build from:
> You can click the above download link and start installation without
> exiting your current running Chrome, regardless which channel it is on. Once
> done, the installer will install Google Chrome canary build to a separate
> directory with different default user profile, short cuts, and icons, i.e.
> everything should be separate from existing Google Chrome installation.
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