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Forum Thread: Google Chrome 8.0.552.28 beta showing as 7 in PSI 2.0 beta?

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dondtus Google Chrome 8.0.552.28 beta showing as 7 in PSI 2.0 beta?
Member 8th Nov, 2010 07:19
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I have the 8.0.552.28 beta version of Google Chrome installed, but PSI 2.0 beta is showing it as 7.0.517.41 and sugggesting an install of 7.0.517.44. Programs and Features in Windows 7 shows it correctly. Any ideas for what I can do to make this show up correctly in PSI?

mogs RE: Google Chrome 8.0.552.28 beta showing as 7 in PSI 2.0 beta?
Expert Contributor 8th Nov, 2010 08:23
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Hello.
psi doesn't monitor Beta nor Dev versions. It is still detecting your vulnerable previous Stable version. When you remove that you will still see an entry for the Google Gears.
Whenever the Beta version updates in the future you will have to remember to remove the previous version; as there will be no entry for it.
As you can see in my Signature, I run both the Dev and Canary build Chrome.....psi monitors neither of them, and they update more frequently....but they both show in Programs and Features and Revouninstaller in Vista.
Hope this explanation clarifies the position for you.......regards,

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