The Chrome browser has recently reached it’s tenth birthday, apart from a whole lot of UI enhancements, Google have also concentrated on user password security with the implementation of a random strong password generator which will allow to be saved to the application’s cache, Google has said that the user must be logged in to use this feature.
One of the other major upgrades is that Google have began phasing out Flash support from their browsers, if the website requires Flash support they need to ask permission to run the browser. The final goal of Google is to kill Flash by the release of Chrome 76 and remove it for good in the 80th iteration of the browser.
Finally the new update has also patched more than 40 security issues in the Web APIs and CSS features. There are also a lot of developer-centric changes.
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