Today, Google updated its Chrome OS beta channel to version 38.0.2125.71, which introduces a bevy of fixes. In addition to resolving some bugs, the new software closes some security holes and adds a few performance enhancements.

Although Google’s announcement says that HP Chromebooks are exempt from today’s update, owners of the HP 14 appear to be receiving the new software, so we’ve contacted the search giant for clarification. If you’re rocking a Chrome OS-powered device connected to the platform’s beta channel, be sure to let us know how this refreshed operating system is treating you. Also, if you happen to come across any new bugs, feel free to share your findings directly with Google by posting a message on the company’s Chromebook help forum.

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