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Google rolls out latest Chrome 77 update for Android, Linux, Windows, iOS

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Google just released the stable version of Chrome 77 last week.

In the next few weeks, another Chrome update will be released for both desktop and Android users.

The new features include a brand new grid layout and other customisation features.

Google just released the stable version of Chrome 77 last week. The update rolled out to Android, Windows, Linux and iOS platforms and came with a bunch of new features and bug fixes. In the next few weeks, another Chrome update will be released for both desktop and Android users.

The new features include a brand new grid layout. This will make it easier for users to select tabs and preview open tabs as thumbnails. It will also make it easier for users to group tabs on Android devices. You can do this by simply dragging and dropping the selected tab on top of another tab in the grid layout. This allows you to switch between tabs using the tab switcher, located in the bottom of the screen.

In terms of the address bar, users will now receive answers directly in the address bar itself. So when you’re looking up an event or film, the information will be displayed in the address bar while you type the question. These seem like minor but essential updates to the browser.

Users can now customise their backgrounds, colours and themes for a different Desktop experience. Head on over to the Customise Tab that is located in the bottom right corner to make the necessary changed. The feature also allows users to change the colour of the browser to suit their personal tastes.

Stay tuned for more news and updates on Google’s next Chrome update.

 


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