Ten years ago Google released the first iteration of its Chrome browser. On Tuesday, the company pushed out version 69.
It comes with a number of design and functional improvements such as:
- A new look – more rounded shapes, new icons, a new color palette, and simplified prompts, menus, and URLs in the address, all of which should make navigation easier and browsing faster.
- Smart answers through the Omnibox (the browser address bar that doubles up as search bar)
- Easier personalization (shortcuts, new tab background).
Aside from fixing 40 security issues of varying severity (but none critical), Chrome 69 comes with an improved built-in password manager that automatically generates a random password when users sign up on a new website.
To use it, the user must be logged in to their Google account, as the chosen password is saved into it. While this makes it accessible from any…
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