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What's in the latest Chrome update? Big performance boost, tab search and tab actions, native app for new Macs

Google this week released Chrome 87, boosting performance with “the largest gain … in years” and featuring a reworked user interface for the browser’s built-in PDF viewer.

The Mountain View, Calif. company also paid out more than $42,000 in bounties to security researchers who reported some of the 33 vulnerabilities addressed in Chrome 87. Ten of the bugs were marked “High,” Google’s second-most-serious threat level. (Critical vulnerabilities are very unusual in Chrome.) A large number of the bounties — seven of the 10 tagged High — had not been yet given a dollar amount, so the actual payout will certainly be significantly higher than the acknowledged amount.

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