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sziltner Google Chrome
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This morning PSI showed my Google Chrome was end of life. I updated to version 7.0.517.41 and ran the scan again. Same results. Google Chrome is end of life. Possibly PSI 2.x beta needs to be updated?

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Maurice Joyce RE: Google Chrome
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Do not think so. Google leave all sorts of junk behind when U update.

From the PSI toolbox use the open folder option against the vulnerability. U will find the old version.

Just delete it.

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Anthony Wells RE: Google Chrome
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Google Chrome ALWAYS leaves the previous/older version folder behind ; it requires a manual deletion of the folder .

In the Beta , you can click the [+] and select the open folder icon to find and delete the old folder .

Anthony

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