Google on Thursday upgraded Chrome, improving the browser's start-up performance and patching two dozen security vulnerabilities.
Chrome 24 contained few major changes. That's typical, as Google usually refreshes its browser every six to eight weeks.
Chrome 24 also patched 24 vulnerabilities. Its security team labeled 11 of the flaws as "high," Google's second-most-serious threat rating, eight as "medium," and five as "low."