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Chrome 78 With New Experimental Features Launches

by DarkCoder

Google launches Chrome 78, browser with new experimental features as well as a host of bug fixes. Here is a trailer of what you can anticipate finding in the search giant’s latest iteration of Google Chrome.

When using Chrome 78 for the first time, one of the first thing you will likely to notice is that Tab Hover Cards are now enabled by default. It is difficult to identify different tabs opened at once, those who often have them can find that option enabled by default now. Tab Hover Cards goals to relieve this with a bubbly cover highlighting the page and site name.

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Moreover, speaking of tabs, Google pulled out some of the right-click menu options in hopes of clearing out some things. You will no longer perceive Reopen closed tab, New tab, bookmarks, all tabs context-menu, and Close other tabs options. Luckily, the Close tabs to the right option persevered.

Chrome 78 now permits users to tinker with a feature called Password Leak Detection (chrome://flags/#password-leak-detection) which will notify you if one of your logins is found in a data violation, in the experimental department. For now, Force Dark Mode for Web Contents (chrome://flags/#enable-force-dark) is another great experimental flag which will automatically provide all web content using a dark theme, even if the site does not definitely offer one by default.


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