Google is currently updating Chrome browser. Google There are many changes made from Chrome v64 on all device platform including Windows and androids.
The feature we want to take a look at on Windows version is the ability to mute websites that auto-play videos.
This is a fantastic feature. This simply means you don’t need to be stopping video every time you visit such website manually.
A step you will just take is to do is just right click on the tab and select ‘Mute site’ to permanently mute it.
As part of the updates, Google Chrome has permanently disabled SharedArrayBuffer feature that causes meltdown and spectre attacks.
Now with that feature disabled, your browser is protected against future attacks.
Also, Chrome for Windows is now supporting HDR.
If you have a Windows 10 PC running the latest Fall Creators Update, HDR-compatible hardware and HDR display, then you should be able to play HDR content in the browser, in case you find any.