For the second consecutive week, a new update of Chrome OS is now available to testers in the platform’s beta channel. Build 65.0.3325.89 (Platform version: 10323.39.0) is rolling out now to those who have their devices in the channel and it marks the second Chrome 65 based build update in the channel.
For those new to Chrome OS, the beta channel is the last channel a new build comes to prior to being released in the Stable channel. Generally there are anywhere from 2-4 updates to the Beta channel before it makes it out to the general public.
The release notes, per the norm, are sparse with this update. Only the generic and often used “This build contains a number of bug fixes, security updates and feature enhancements” is used to describe what is fixed or addressed. This, in a way, is a good thing. It suggest that the Chromium team is likely putting the final touches on the build to get it ready to be pushed into the Stable Channel.
If you have your device in the Beta Channel now, you can type chrome://help in the ominbar of the browser and check for the update and it will be pushed to you via an OTA update. For those who want to change channels, you can type in the same command but go down to Build information where you will be able to change channels. As always, it is not recommended to use the Beta builds in production.