Google is facing some tough questions after it announced Chromium 5 would be coming to Firefox on March 17.
While Google said the new version of the browser would include a slew of new features and fixes, the release date for Firefox on the platform has not yet been announced.
The company has been pushing Chromium for the past year as a new, faster and more reliable alternative to Internet Explorer.
However, many have questioned whether the new browser would work on older hardware, which has seen widespread adoption of the Microsoft-owned browser.
“We are aware of the issues that some users may experience with Chrome5,” a Google spokesperson told TechCrunch.
“As a result, we will be deploying a limited number of Chromium5 users on a small number of test platforms in March, including the Chrome browser beta, the beta and beta+ testing environments on Chrome OS devices, and in some cases, our internal testing.
For more information on this process, please refer to the documentation.”
Chromium is a rewrite of the WebKit browser that debuted in 2014.
It was designed to provide a faster, more efficient and more secure web browser for web sites.
It is currently supported on Chrome, Firefox and Safari.
The Chrome browser has had some major issues, with reports that it had been broken by security researchers.
Google said in January that Chrome 5 would include features that would make it less secure, and it promised to roll out fixes to those issues over time.
The browser was later updated to support Firefox Quantum, but some users still reported problems.
The Chromium beta on Windows, Linux, MacOS and Android was previously available for free, but has since been discontinued.
“The Chromium development team is working hard to address some of the critical issues in the beta, and the release of Chromia 5 will include many new features,” a company spokesperson told the New York Times.
“Chromia 5 is not meant to be a replacement for our older versions of Chrome.
Chromium will be free to download and install from our website starting March 17 at the time of this press release.””
In the meantime, we are pleased to announce that Chromia will be available for download on March 10 on the desktop, Mac OS X and Linux platforms.
Chromium will be free to download and install from our website starting March 17 at the time of this press release.”