Google Updates Chrome to Restore Browser After Microsoft Blunder
Google has released updated versions of both the stable and beta versions of its Chrome browser to address an issue that caused Microsoft antivirus products to identify the browser as malware and in some cases, delete the chrome.exe file from users’ computers. Microsoft quickly re-released the errant products, but Chrome users whose browsers had been deleted were reporting that they could not re-install the browser, or that they were unable to retrieve their bookmarks.
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