New Feature of Google Chrome That Everyone Has Been Waiting For

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New Feature of Google Chrome That Everyone Has Been Waiting For

Google has released a new version of web browser. Google Chrome 64 has received several new features that will improve the daily browsing of websites.

Developers have strengthened the blocking of the so-called pop-ups or elements that pop out on websites regardless of the user's intentions. The latest version of the Google Chrome browser deals, among others, with transparent frames and misleading buttons.

New Feature of Google Chrome That Everyone Has Been Waiting For



By default, Google Chrome 64 also blocks the auto play of video content on websites, so users will not be "bombarded" with unwanted content.

There are, however, some exceptions to this rule. The video is not blocked if it does not play sound or the user showed interest in it.

In addition, there is the possibility of completely silencing a given website, so that the website will not be able to play any sounds.

Protection Against Malicious Redirections
Another new feature in Chrome 64 is protection against malicious redirects to unwanted websites. If the website tries to send us to another place, the user will be informed about it using a special bar.

The browser also received support for HDR video. However, to use this element, you must have Windows 10 with the Fall Creators Update, as well as a graphics card and display compatible with this technology.