Google Chrome News
Google says that the Stable channel has been updated to 91.0.4472.164 for Windows, Mac and Linux which will roll out over the coming days/weeks.
Google aims to have the new technology available by the end of 2022 for developers to start adopting.
Kaspersky confirms that as a part of Patch Tuesday, Microsoft has finally patched both attacks.
The UK competition watchdog has been investigating Google’s proposals to remove so-called third-party cookies over concerns they would undermine digital ad competition.
A new feature of Google’s password manager will warn users of compromised passwords and help change it quickly.
The newly relocated tab history feature will be included with the latest version of Chrome Canary.
Google Chrome for Android will now allow users to see a ‘Preview Page’ before opening the link: Report
The new feature will enable users to make a judgment about the page without adding to the already existing group of tabs.
Google has also announced that it won’t replace third-party cookies with another way of tracking individuals.
According to Google, this is a way to add more security as one multitasks across apps.
Users will now be able to drag and drop one tab on another in order to form groups.
Third-party cookies have been a longtime source of privacy concerns and Google said a year ago that it would do away with them.
Starting in 2021, users will get to determine which websites the extension can access when they browse the web, instead of letting the extension decide.
The upcoming update will introduce a dark theme to more elements including the scrollbars.
Soon users will be able to fill out PDF forms and save them with their inputs, directly from Chrome.
The 2D T-rex now has 26 weapons to choose from (including a helicopter and a tank) to wreak havoc.
In June 2022, the Chrome Web Store will stop accepting new as well as updated 'private and unlisted' Chrome apps.
The changes have been backported till Chrome 79, so the users of older versions can also access the feature.
Some have attributes the issue to the May update of the app, which likely broke an element of Gmail integration.
Awake said the developers supplied fake contact information when they submitted the extensions to Google.
Microsoft announced that the new spellcheck experience will be made available to the users of Windows 8.1 and above.