If Google Chrome is your favorite browser, you might be interested in knowing that some minor, but useful changes will come to the stable channel of the browser. While playing with the beta version of Chrome, which is at version 49 as of this writing, we spotted these UI changes. Let's explore them.
The first thing we noticed is that in the Clear browsing data dialog, it now shows the amount of data occupied by some items.
It shows the number of history items that will be cleared, the disk space taken by cached images and files which can be freed up, and the number of saved passwords and autofill form data suggestions.
This should help the user decide what exactly should be deleted and what is not necessary to clear at that moment.
It looks sleek and is more optimized for touch screen users thanks to the wider spacing between the items.
The Brotli compression algorithm for HTTPS connections that we mentioned is coming to Chrome should also be included in Chrome 49.
If you spotted any more changes, just let us know in the comments. Feel free to share your opinion about these changes.
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