Items tagged with chrome 64

Sharing links on mobile devices can be a pain in the backside. It's not overly difficult, mind you, but in some cases the URL you are trying to share is stupid long. You then have a choice—share it anyway and clutter up your chat message (or email), or take the extra step of using an URL shortener before sharing it out. There is a third option. Beginning with Chrome 64 on Android devices, the browser will automatically trim all of the extra cruft from annoyingly long links. When dealing with an extra long link, usually it's only the beginning section that you need. Everything that comes after is expendable, such as search queries and whatever else might have been tacked on by the time you... Read more...
Google has released a new version of its incredibly popular Chrome browser to the stable channel, which means that you should be receiving it at any moment now on your computer. As with any other release, Chrome 64 brings with it a bevy of bug fixes and security updates, however, there are also some new features to speak of that you might want to try out. For starters, Chrome 64 brings support for High Dynamic Range (HDR) video. However, HDR support requires that you run the most recent version of Windows 10 (the Fall Creators Update), have a supported GPU and an HDR-capable monitor. If you meet all the requirements, you'll be able to take advantage of more vibrant colors and enhanced contrast... Read more...