Google on Tuesday rolled out Chrome 66 for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, and iOS. Google Chrome 66 comes with several design changes, policy changes, new features (both for developers and users) and improved security.
Google Chrome 66 will be made available to all over the next few weeks. Some of the major features accompanying the updated browser are the ability to export passwords and media auto-play changes. In Chrome 66 auto-playing of the content is switched off by default. For example, YouTube videos no longer automatically play when you open a link in a new tab.
Google Chrome 66 furthers Google’s effort to give users more control over the audio. Unexpected media playback is one of the major concerns of the users as it is not only irritating, but also consumes unwanted data. In Chrome 64, which was released earlier this year, the search giant allowed users to mute some of the sites.