Starting in Google Chrome 80, the browser introduces a new GUI feature - Tab Groups. It allows combining individual tabs into visually organized groups. Chrome 85 comes with the Tab Groups feature generally available, and allows enabling the collapsing option for them.
How to Enable Rich Address Bar Autocompletion Suggestions in Google Chrome
Yesterday, Google has released Chrome 85, the newest stable browser version. It has a number of new features to check, including Tabs Grouping, the ability to edit and download the edited PDFs with forms, it also allows generating a QR code for the page you currently browsing, and more. Additionally, it comes with a new hidden feature, Rich Address Bar Autocompletion Suggestions, that add extra information to the address bar (omnibox). Here is how to enable it.
Google is releasing Chrome 85.0.4183.83 for Windows, Linux and Mac. The release is notable for bring the long-awaited Tab Groups feature to the stable branch. Besides that, it includes the ability to edit and fill outs PDF forms and save the to the hard drive, and a QR generator for URLs.
Google Chrome is getting support for web sharing APIs. The appropriate feature has made its first appearance in the Canary channel. This will allow you to share, let's say, an image on any web site from the context menu using the native 'Share' dialog in Windows 10, and transfer it to any app that supports this modern sharing technology.
Google is making yet another security improvement to the browser. For websites opened via the plain HTTP protocol the Autofill feature will be disabled by default. This may potentially prevent your sensitive data leak.
How to Enable or Disable Bluetooth Device Permission Settings in Google Chrome
Chrome 85 receives Bluetooth devices permission settings. Chrome 85 is in BETA as of this writing. The browser now allows controlling access to Bluetooth for specific web sites and web apps. The appropriate option appears in permissions listed under Privacy and Security.
Almost every Google Chrome user is familiar with Incognito mode, that allows opening a special window that doesn't save your browsing history and personal data. With recent updates, Chrome allows creating a special shortcut to the Incognito mode directly.
Google is constantly working on enhancing its Progressive Web Apps (PWA) implementation. A new feature, first spotted by Leopeva64, adds the ability to remove an installed PWA app using traditional methods, such as the Control Panel option, the Settings app, and the Start menu's right-click option.