In order to eliminate crashes in Chrome, Google has implemented a new feature that reports "incompatible applications" to users after the browser crashes. These warnings are displayed for programs that inject code into the browser and prompt users to remove the incompatible applications.
Google has patched a vulnerability in the Chrome browser that allows an attacker to retrieve sensitive information from other sites via audio or video HTML tags.
For all of you emoji lovers out there, Google is adding a context menu to Chrome that allows you to open the Windows 10 emoji panel that can be used to insert emojis into any editable input field.
As Bleeping Computer first reported back in January this year, Google has started rolling out support for built-in lazy loading inside Chrome.
Google Chrome has been supporting push notifications for years now but it always used its own notification system in Windows 10. The search engine giant is now rolling out a new update for Chrome which adds support for native Windows 10 notifications.
The free Windows Timeline Support extension was removed from the Google Chrome Web Store due to violating Mcirosoft's trademark in using the word "Windows".
Malwarebytes has released a Chrome and Firefox extension called "Malwarebytes Browser Extension (BETA)" that aims to protect your computer while browsing the web. When installed, this extension will block malicious sites, popups, tech support scams, and also acts as an advertising and tracking blocker.
The Mozilla Foundation, the organization behind the Firefox browser, is working on adding a new feature to its browser that is similar to the Site Isolation feature that Google rolled out to Chrome users this year.
Google has released today version 68 of the Chrome browser. This marks a milestone release for the browser maker, being the first version where Chrome will mark HTTP sites as "Not Secure."
Opera 55 Beta, released last week, allows users, for the first time, to install Chrome extensions from Google's official Web Store with one click and no other trickery involved.
In Canary build 69 of Chrome, Google added a new experimental feature called Heavy Page Capping that will display an infobar that allows you to stop loading the rest of the resources on a page if it has already downloaded a certain amount of data.
Google has secretly enabled a security feature called Site Isolation for 99% of its desktop users on Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chrome OS. This happened in Chrome 67, released at the end of May.
A new Chrome Extension called "Windows Timeline for Chrome" is being developed that will send Chrome Activity to the Microsoft Graph. This will allow sites visited by Chrome to appear in the Windows 10 Timeline.
Google and Mozilla have removed the Stylish browser extension from their respective add-on stores after the publication of a report this week that accused the extension of logging users' browser histories and sending the data to remote servers.
Google announced plans today to gradually remove the option of installing Chrome extensions from a remote website, also known as an "inline installation."
Google released earlier today Chrome 67, the latest stable release of its web browser. According to changelogs released with Chrome 67, this version adds support for a Generic Sensors API, improves AR and VR experiences, and deprecates the HTTP-Based Public Key Pinning (HPKP) security feature.
A new experimental, and may I dare say, creepy Chrome Extension called FacePause pauses a YouTube video when you look away from the screen. It does this by utilizing an API called FaceDetector that has been available in Chrome since version 56.
Chrome has a surprising amount of features that are hidden or not well known that can offer a great deal of functionality for users. One of these features, is a built-in password generator that can be used to create strong passwords when creating new accounts and a password manager called Smart Lock that stores these passwords .
If you find that your installation of the Chrome Browser is starting to act strange, slow, or you are seeing ads where they should not normally be, then you can also perform an on-demand manual scan using the Chrome Cleanup Tool. This tool will scan your computer for unwanted software and remove any that are detected.
Google announced earlier today plans to drop the "Secure" indicator from the Chrome URL address bar and only show a lock icon when the user is navigating to an HTTPS-secured website.