How to edit saved passwords in Google Chrome
Google Chrome finally allows editing saved passwords. The team behind the Google Chrome browser has added a new useful feature to the browser. It now allows editing the passwords you have saved for websites.
How to Share Image via QR Code in Google Chrome
It didn't take long for the Chromium team to integrate the ability to share images via a QR code. Just yesterday we were talking about the patch that adds such a feature to Chromium, and today it has become available in Chrome Canary.
A new useful option is coming to Chromium, and will subsequently reach both Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge. A new feature, that extends the existing QR code generator for URLs, will allow you to do the same with images on a page content.
Google is working on a new feature, Nearby Share, that is a modern file sharing protocol that is expected to support Chrome OS, Windows, macOS, and Linux. It will utilize Bluetooth for transferring files between devices with ease.
Google Chrome is getting a new feature that reminds of the Collections feature of Microsoft Edge. Simply called 'Read Later', it allows saving tabs to a special area which can be opened with a new button.
How to Enable the Download Later Scheduler in Chrome on Android
Chrome on Android will allow scheduling downloads. Google is working on adding a download scheduler feature. Now available in the Canary version of the app, the new option allows to download a file right now, next time you connect to a Wi-Fi network, or postpone the download to a specific date and time.
Google has released a new version of the Chrome browser to the stable branch. Chrome 84 is a maintenance release that fixes a number of security vulnerabilities, and also includes a few improvements.
How to Enable Movable Global Media Controls in Google Chrome
A new change has been done to the Global Media Controls in the Canary Channel of Google Chrome. Now you can enable the movable Global Media Controls flyout and place it anywhere on the screen.
in Chrome 86, which is now in Canary, Google has updated the address bar. The change made it harder to see
https portions, which are now hidden by default.