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• • Linux • • • How do I choose which channel to use? The release channels for chrome range from the most stable and tested (Stable channel) to completely untested and likely least stable (Canary channel). On Windows, Android, and Linux, you can run all channels alongside all others, as they do not share profiles with one another. On Mac, you can run the Canary channel builds alongside any other channel, as they do not share profiles with other channels. This allows you to play with our latest code, while still keeping a tested version of Chrome around.
• Stable channel: This channel has gotten the full testing and blessing of the Chrome test team, and is the best bet to avoid crashes and other issues. It's updated roughly every two-three weeks for minor releases, and every 6 weeks for major releases. • Beta channel: If you are interested in seeing what's next, with minimal risk, Beta channel is the place to be. It's updated every week roughly, with major updates coming every six weeks, more than a month before the Stable channel will get them. • Dev channel: Want to see what's happening quickly, then you want the Dev channel.