Google Chrome 106 is in its stable version for desktop and brings some relevant news. At first, one of the main ones is the ease of accessing your favorites and also your browsing history. Likewise, it is worth mentioning the return of the RSS reader and management of pop-up windows.
In addition to the visual changes that the program received in the mobile version, now several new features arrive for the desktop browser. One of them is that now the user can access their favorites in a more practical way. Just type “@favoritos” or “@historico” in the address bar to see the referring sections.
The detail, however, is that this is only possible to do after activating the “chrome://flags/#omnibox-site-search-starter-pack” flag. As a result, you will no longer have to go through the menus to search for the site you want to join. This addition is a complement to the set of actions that started in 2021.
Another novelty is the return of the RSS reader in Chrome for desktops. Previously, this was possible through Google Reader, but the service has been discontinued by the company. This time, the return of this possibility is the continuation of something that has already been implemented in the Android version of the browser.
It is now also possible for the user to better manage the pop-up windows that appear on various visited websites. In this sense, this is due to an API that adds an attribute referring to this in the HTML. Thus, the measure standardizes the behavior of these little windows, making the person only see them if they want to.
If you liked it, check out these and all the other news through the update to the new version, which should arrive soon for all platforms.
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