The fourth build of Chrome 65 has landed in the Chrome OS Dev Channel today. Build 65.0.3325.56 (Platform version: 10323.21.0) is the first updated build since the end of January and it is available for systems that are in the Dev Channel.
For those that aren’t familiar with the different Chrome OS channels, the Dev channel is essentially the alpha channel. This can be a really rough experience with lots of weird behavior and bugs. It is aimed at developers and those who like serious bug hunting to see what is coming up in the platform. This channel is not recommended for daily use on your daily driver Chromebook.
Google was quite generic in their release notes for this build, stating only that, “This build contains a number of bug fixes, security updates and feature enhancements”. It isn’t clear what exactly was addressed or improved feature wise since the third build and they did not release a change log. It is expected however that 65 will bring better external display scaling to the platform.
It is more than likely that we are still a month or two away from seeing Chrome 65 released in the Stable channel given it has not hit the Beta channel yet. Currently in beta is a third build of Chrome 64, following up on the general release of it last month.