Chrome 65 Stories March 24

Chrome 65 rolled out earlier this month to Android with a handful of user-facing changes like new preferences for Languages and the ability to read articles in a “Simplified view.” With this version, the browser also blocked taking screenshots in incognito mode, while those private tabs no longer appear in Android’s Recents view.

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Chrome 65 Stories March 19

Almost two weeks after Chrome 65 arrived on Android, Mac, Windows, and Linux, it is now available for Chrome OS. On the security front, this update notably patches against Spectre variant 2 and Meltdown on older Intel devices. There are also a number of user-facing and enterprise changes in this version.

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Chrome 65 Stories March 6

Following the Mac, Windows, and Linux release earlier this afternoon, Chrome 65 is now rolling out for Android. There are several user-facing changes, in addition to new security and developer features.

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Chrome 65 rolling out to Mac, Windows, Linux w/ new developer & security features

Rolling out ahead of the Android variant with this version, Chrome 65 is now available for Mac, Windows, and Linux. This update focusses on introducing several new features that developers can take advantage of, as well as security improvements.

Chrome 65 Stories February 8

Chrome 65 beta prevents more malicious redirects w/ improved pop-up blocker

Following the rollout of version 64 to Android, as well as Mac, Windows, and Linux and Chrome OS, Chrome 65 is now available on the beta channel. On the security front, users should benefit from an improved pop-up blocker that counters more types of malicious redirects, while developers have access to a number of new APIs.

Chrome 65 Stories February 7

Chrome OS will soon support display scaling for external monitors

Google’s Chrome OS has grown up a lot in the past several years, but it still has a lot of work to do to catch up with more mature operating systems. In many cases, it comes down to the little settings you don’t use on a daily basis, but Google is certainly getting around to those…

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