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  2. Google is getting back to work on Chrome updates  TechRadar
  3. Google Issues Upgrade Warning For 2 Billion Chrome Users  Forbes
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  5. Intel is working to make Chrome – and other browsers – less power-hungry  TechRadar
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Google's decision to hide the start of website URLs from Chrome's omnibox was a little controversial. While replacing https://www. and http://www. with icons indicating whether the site was secure or not, many people preferred being about to see that the HTTPS protocol is being used through the presence of those five letters.Google’s decision to hide the start of website URLs from Chrome’s omnibox was a little controversial. While replacing and with icons indicating whether the site was secure or not, many …

Google gives Chrome users the option to always show full URLs in the address bar

After pausing Chrome and Chrome OS updates to ensure stability, Google is now ready to get back to work on updating and releasing new versions of its browser.Chrome 81 will be released in April and Chrome 83 will arrive in mid-May

Google is getting back to work on Chrome updates | TechRadar

Chrome users are in for a shock after Google issued a surprise new browser cancellation... Chrome users are in for a shock after Google issued a surprise new browser cancellation...

Google Issues Upgrade Warning For 2 Billion Chrome Users

Microsoft currently has two versions of the Microsoft Edge browser. A recent update to a support page cleared up naming confusion by referring to the older version as Microsoft Edge Legacy.Microsoft currently has two versions of the Microsoft Edge browser. A recent update to a support page cleared up naming confusion by referring to the older version as Microsoft Edge Legacy.

The old Microsoft Edge is now called 'Edge Legacy' | Windows Central

Last week, Google announced that it was pausing browser releases in light of the coronavirus. The new Google Chrome update schedule...Last week, Google announced that it was pausing browser releases in light of the coronavirus. The new Google Chrome update schedule...

Google lays out revised Chrome update schedule - 9to5Google

Google Chrome 81 to be released next month, on April 7.Google Chrome 81 to be released next month, on April 7.

Google to resume Chrome updates it paused last week due to COVID-19 | ZDNet

After announcing last week that it was pausing Chrome and Chrome OS updates to focus on stability and security, Google announced today that it will be resuming updates but on a new schedule.After announcing last week that it was pausing Chrome and Chrome OS updates to focus on stability and security, Google announced today that it will be resuming updates but on a new schedule.

Google resumes Chrome updates with Chrome 81 coming the week of April 7 - Neowin

Google enabled an option in Chrome Canary to always show the full URL of the active page in the browser's address bar and plans to release it in Chrome 83 Stable.Google enabled an option in Chrome Canary to always show the full URL of the active page in the browser's address bar and plans to release it in Chrome 83 Stable.

Google implements "always show full URL" option in Google Chrome - gHacks Tech News

Google has updated its Chrome and Chrome OS terms of service as of March 31, 2020. Here's everything you need to know.Google has updated its Chrome and Chrome OS terms of service as of March 31, 2020. Here's everything you need to know.

Google Chrome terms of service are changing on March 31: Here’s what’s new | PCWorld

After pausing previously-planned Chrome and Chrome OS updates because of the Coronavirus, Google today revealed its new schedule.

Google Resumes Chrome, Chrome OS Updates - Thurrott.com

Time for a little good news. Last week, Chromium developers announced that future releases of Chrome and Chrome OS would be put on pause for an undetermined amount of time. Subsequently, Chrome and Chrome OS version 82 was abandoned completely as developers worked out how to adjust the Chrome Release Calendar in light of the unexpected delays. There was no indication of how long the initial pause would last but today, it looks like it isn't going to be very long.Time for a little good news. Last week, Chromium developers announced that future releases of Chrome and Chrome OS would be put on pause for an undetermined amount of time. Subsequently, Chrome and Chrome OS version 82 was abandoned completely as developers worked out how to adjust the Chrome Release Calendar in light of the...

And we’re back! Developers unpause Chrome and Chrome OS releases

It was only a week ago that Google said it would hit pause on Chrome and Chrome OS releases “due to adjusted work schedules” in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Today, however, the company announced that it would resume releases — but with an adjusted schedule. In the age of rapid-release schedules for browsers, the […]It was only a week ago that Google said it would hit pause on Chrome and Chrome OS releases “due to adjusted work schedules” in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Today, however, the company announced that it would resume releases — but with an adjusted schedule. In the age of rapid-release schedules for browsers, the […]

After a brief pause, Google restarts Chrome and Chrome OS releases – TechCrunch

Google announced the pausing of upcoming Chrome and Chrome OS releases earlier this month and revealed that it would focus development on security updates for the time being.Google announced the pausing of upcoming Chrome and Chrome OS releases earlier this month and revealed that it would focus development on security updates for the time being. Today, the company rel…

Google resumes Chrome and Chrome OS releases with an updated schedule

Google Resumes Chrome Updates After a Week of Hiatus - Chrome 82 Release Has Been Canceled Due to COVID-19 AccommodationsGoogle Resumes Chrome Updates After a Week of Hiatus - Chrome 82 Release Has Been Canceled Due to COVID-19 Accommodations

Google Cancels Chrome 82 Due to "COVID-19 Accommodations"

Google Cancels Chrome 82 Due to "COVID-19 Accommodations"

Google Chrome is one of the most popular browsers out there, and even though I've switched to Chromium-based Edge ever since it first came out, it's noGoogle Chrome is one of the most popular browsers out there, and even though I've switched to Chromium-based Edge ever since it first came out, it's no

Chrome Users will Soon Have the Option to Show Full URL in Address Bar | Beebom

Google is ready to restore some semblance of normalcy to its browser release strategy after pausing Chrome updates to adjust to the work-from-home realities of the COVID-19 pandemic. The company is resuming releases for Chrome and Chrome OS on an altered schedule. Security fixes and other crucial patches will come back to Stable releases next week, with Chrome 81 arriving the week of April 7th. Google is still skipping Chrome 82, but Chrome 83 is now due to arrive three weeks earlier than planned, in mid-May -- it'll include all the work from version 82.Google is ready to restore some semblance of normalcy to its browser release strategy after pausing Chrome updates to adjust to the work-from-home realities of the COVID-19 pandemic. The company is resuming releases for Chrome and Chrome OS on an altered schedule. Security fixes and other crucial patches will come back to Stable releases next week, with Chrome 81 arriving the week of April 7th. Google is still skipping Chrome 82, but Chrome 83 is now due to arrive three weeks earlier than planned, in mid-May -- it'll include all the work from version 82.

Google resumes Chrome updates on a modified schedule | Engadget

Intel is reportedly working with Google to reduce the power consumption of Chromium-based browsers on Intel-powered computers.Intel is reportedly working with Google to reduce the power consumption of Chromium-based browsers on Intel-powered computers.

Google Chrome May Soon be Less of a Battery Hog | Beebom

Due to coronavirus forcing most of Google's developers to work remotely, the Chrome team will move directly from Chrome 81 to Chrome 83 development.Due to coronavirus forcing most of Google's developers to work remotely, the Chrome team will move directly from Chrome 81 to Chrome 83 development.

Google Abandons Chrome 82 Development | PCMag