Google makes it easier to try Chrome’s experimental features

  • December 13, 2020
Test versions of Chrome sometimes pack experimental features, but you almost wouldn’t know it when you frequently have to enable obscure settings flags to use them. It might soon be much easier, however. Ghacks and Android Police have learned that Ch…

Google brings tab search to Chromebooks with Chrome OS 87

  • December 4, 2020
Google is rolling out Chrome OS 87, which includes the recently revealed tab search feature. You can access that from the circular button in the top-right corner or by pressing Ctrl-Shift-A, as 9to5 Google notes. It’s a useful function that will help…

Chrome extensions will have to show how they use your data

  • November 22, 2020
Google’s ongoing efforts to crack down on wayward Chrome extensions now include more transparency for your data. The internet giant is introducing a policy in January 2021 that will require data use disclosures for extensions in the Chrome Web Store….

Google extends Chrome support for Windows 7 until 2022

  • November 21, 2020
Google will keep providing updates for Chrome on Windows 7 for six months longer than it originally planned. The tech giant announced in January this year that it’ll stop supporting the browser for the old Windows OS on July 15th, 2021. Now, though,…

Chrome for M1 Macs is available again after being pulled last night

  • November 18, 2020
The Apple Silicon version of Google Chrome is once again available to download. On Tuesday, you could briefly download it before Google pulled the release later in the day due to a bug that caused the browser to crash. You can download the new and ho…

Google says Chrome 87 has the biggest performance boost in years

  • November 17, 2020
There was a time when Chrome was perhaps the nimblest browser around, but over the years, it has demanded more and more system resources. Google is looking to reverse course a bit. It’s bringing performance enhancements and speed boosts to the browse…

The latest Chrome OS update improves accessibility on Chromebooks

  • October 13, 2020
Google has released Chrome OS 86, which will bring more accessibility options to Chromebooks. You can change the color of your cursor in the mouse and touchpad settings. The seven new hues are red, yellow, green, cyan, blue, magenta and pink. Google…