Adobe has revealed the end-of-life date for Flash, which is set to December 31, 2020. After that date, Adobe Flash Player will no longer receive security updates, and will become unavailable.
How to Disable Backward and Forward Navigation with Touchpad Two Finger Scroll Gesture in Google Chrome
Google Chrome on Windows integrates its own touchpad gestures for two finger scrolling. While scrolling up and down a page with two fingers is welcome, it overrides the operating system's touchpad gestures for left/right two finger scrolling. It has assigned these actions to navigating back/forward.
Windows 10 version 2004 is available for consumers since last month. This version of Windows comes with a lot of improvements and new features. Besides the visible changes, Microsoft has added a bunch of improvements under the hood of the operating system.
Google is working to update the Chrome browser to be installed in the Program Files folder on 64-bit Windows. Currently, the browser installer places both 32-bit and 64-bit app versions under the C:\Program Files (x86) folder.
How to Enable Live Captions for Video and Audio in Google Chrome
Google Chrome has received the ability to dynamically form captions for media playing. Earlier, this feature was exclusively available on Google's very own Pixel phones.
Google makes finding the required information on a target web page much easier. The company rolls out a change that highlights featured snippets in the its search results. Once you open the target page, the featured text will appear in yellow.
How to Make a Progressive Web App (PWA) Running on Startup in Edge or Chrome in Windows 10
Google Chrome, and Microsoft Edge now allow registering Progressive Web Apps to have startup entries in Windows 10. The change had recently landed in Google Chrome, and has subsequently become available in Edge.
How to delete Chrome address bar suggestions with the mouse
Now you can finally delete an address in Google Chrome address bar with a mouse click. Google has updated the browser with a new option. Here is how to enable it.
How to Enable Windows Spellchecker in Google Chrome
Microsoft is working with Google in the Chromium project to add the Windows Spellchecker API to Chromium-based browsers, including Chrome and Edge. The browsers will be able to use it on Windows 8.1 and above. In Microsoft Edge, Windows Spellchecker is enabled out of the box starting in Edge version 83. In Google Chrome, you need to turn on it with a flag.