Google’s latest Chrome browser, version 105, is out, though the full version number is annoyingly different depending on whether you are on Windows, Mac or Linux.

On Unix-like systems (Mac and Linux), you want 105.0.5195.52, but on Windows, you’re looking for 105.0.5195.54.

According to Google, this new version includes 24 security fixes, though none of them are reported as “in-the-wild”, which means that there weren’t any zero-days patched this time.

Nevertheless, there’s one vulnerability dubbed Critical, and a further eight rated High.

Of the flaws that were fixed, just over half of them are down to memory mismanagement, with nine listed as use-after-free bugs, and four as heap buffer overflows.