Not yet. Don't forget, for each version of Chrome, there are often 3 or 4 'point' releases during that version's 'life-cycle'; if it's not in this version, it will be in one of the next couple of releases.
I'm looking forward to this one myself; it's a long-overdue step in the right direction.....and it seems the Chrome team have been planning this for several months now. I re-package Chrome for the Puppy Linux community, and, in Linux at least, PepperFlash has long been safer than the version used by all other browsers.....but it still suffers exploits, even so. Adobe's crusty old 'Flash' really has been living on borrowed time for long enough.....and it's not as though there isn't anything to replace it. The main reason Flash is still hanging around is because it's used by an awful lot of games designers (and I'm not talking about games like Call of Duty, etc.....we're talking about stuff like Candy Crush, right?? )
If you're interested in keeping up with the exact details of Chrome's release cycle, keep an eye on this link:-
There's the changes log, and usually details of all problems that have been 'fixed' in that particular release. Be aware that this blog also covers the Chrome OS for Chromebooks.....you're looking for 'Stable Channel for desktop'.
Hope that helps.
Edited by Mike_Walsh, 04 December 2016 - 04:08 PM.
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