As the complexity of today's browsers continues to grow, so does the potential for introducing new defects. While development teams enlist quality control measures for each new build, it is practically impossible to release a version that is completely bug-free. To help alleviate this inevitable weakness, many browser vendors rely on the general public to report any issues that they may encounter.
Google employs this method within its Chrome browser, providing a user-friendly interface for submitting various types of problems. Our step-by-step tutorial walks you through the process, allowing you to participate in improving future releases of the popular browser.
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