Do you have Google's Chrome browser? Then it's time to click "Yes" when the browser's dialogue box asks you if you want to update.
Google's security team has paid out as much as $30,000 to anonymous security researchers known as "lokihardt@asrt" for discovering some exploitable bugs in Chrome. The browser's latest update, along with 49 other fixes, comes along with its latest update.
If you're running a 64-bit version of Windows, you're also in luck - Chrome is finally fully optimized for your system. Want to know what a 64-bit program does for your computer? You can click here to find out.
"64-bit Chrome offers many benefits for speed, stability and security. Our measurements have shown that the native 64-bit version of Chrome has improved speed on many of our graphics and media benchmarks," said Will Harris, a software engineer working on Chrome in a blog post.
Whether you're running a 64-bit operating system or not, these security updates will undoubtedly improve the security and speed of your browsing experience. Grab the update as soon as you can!