I am using the Google Chrome developer version (v.19 right now) since several months.
But due to all the crashes and whatnot, I want to go back. Which doesn't work!
My Google (Chrome) profile data is the cloud, but when I uninstall Chrome and reinstall the stable or beta version, it always says something along the lines of "profile data is incompatible" !
But why does Google save such profile data in such a non-sensible way in the first place?? I mean we're only talking about extension data and user profile settings - and: Open tabs from "Session buddy"!
And does that mean, that I'm with the dev version stuck forever until Google decides to resolve this? I mean how am I supposed to downgrade now that all my profile data seems to be "contaminated" with data fragments that show that I ran a developer version of Google Chrome?
I am sure not the first one with this problem (a quick search on here didn't show me any results though).
I was just auto-upgraded (forcefully!) from Google on Chrome v.20 dev!
That is really not what I expected. So it seems all what was said here is wrong!
I need a solution to stop Chrome from auto-updating me.