Google Chrome users can try out a secret feature in the browser which will improve its performance and strengthen privacy settings. Google Chrome is the world’s most popular browser, with latest stats giving the software a jaw-dropping 68.26 per cent slice of the marketplace. Chrome didn’t get into the number one slot and forge such a commanding lead by resting on its laurels though, with new features regularly getting added to Chrome.
If you read about a game-changing feature that arrived on a rival browser, then it’s likely that it launched on Google Chrome first.
And continuing this trend, the Mountain View firm has recently started work on a great new Chrome feature that users can try out right now.
As reported on in a post by Techdows, a new Chrome experiment has gone live which gives your browser extensions a health check.
The ‘Extensions Checkup’ when enabled warns Google Chrome users about any add-ons that can affect browser performance and a user’s privacy.