The multinational tech company that specializes in Internet-related services and products has released an upgrade to its Chrome browser.
Last September, Google developers announced on its company blog that a new feature will be included in the upcoming update of its web browser. Originally plotted for 2018, the Chrome 64 beta gives everyone the power to mute autoplay videos on various websites as well as its pages. It can be tweaked in the Chrome 64’s permissions bar by clicking the “i” or the green padlock icons next to the URL.
Another addition in the beta version includes a stronger pop-up blocker that provides better protection from malicious websites and an HDR video playback support for Windows 10 users. On the other hand, Chrome OS has a brand new “split view” feature that provides a smoother multitasking experience.
Source: The Verge, Engadget
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