While some companies insist on reopening and reinstating standard operating procedures, whether or not they put their employees at risk, others have decided to delay their return to office by 2021. That way, we are all spending more time than before. Our computers and those that don’t usually spend every hour on a desktop browser (as my co-workers and I have been doing for years) can start notifying you of problems. For example, Chrome is the most popular browser for a reason but it has its flaws.
On Tuesday, Google Chrome 85 launched to the public with various improvements and fixes, which should be a better and faster experience for all browser users. First and foremost, the Chrome tab should be 10% faster than before to boost performance behind the tarpaulin.
In addition to loading tabs faster, you can now group tabs together, a feature Google introduced in beta this year. Not everyone will have this functionality by default (I had to open chrome: // flags / in a browser window, search for “tab groups” and activate it manually), but once the feature is activated, you can right-click on any tab and add new groups or Found. After creating a group, you can click the colored dots to close the entire group, or right-click the dots to change the group name and color.
Google is also improving Chrome’s ability to handle PDF files, and in the next few weeks, you can fill out PDF forms in your browser and save your work if you can’t complete them all at once. Can. He can.
This is a major change to the desktop, but other versions of Chrome are also being updated. If you are using Chrome in tablet mode, you’ll soon see a new interface, which will make it easy to open tabs and browse the web. This large tab is a first of its kind on a Chromebook.
Finally, Android Chrome users get two improvements in this release: the option to switch to the tab when they start typing the page title into the Search tab, and the improved URL to link the new URL to the new URL code feature It will be easy to share or send with family Or friends or colleagues.