Chrome version 50 is now available on the stable channel for Windows, Mac and Linux. With the update to version 50, the desktop version of Google's browser includes a total of 20 security fixes. And while Google hasn't revealed the full list of bugs — and won't until a majority of users are updated — several researchers are credited with some high and medium-level bugs through Google's bug bounty program.

Chrome 50 also includes a number of bug fixes and performance improvements as well. Of particular interest is that bugs in the rendering engine were patched up, which should make for fewer errors on pages with lots of images. Some code related to developer and beta build testing was also removed, as it is not necessary in the stable channel release.

If you have Chrome installed, it should update automatically in the background. If you'd like to check manually, you can head to the "About" section of the Settings menu.