Tagged: chrome

Google Chrome HTTPS

Google Chrome will no longer display HTTPS and lock signs

Many years ago, Google promoted the migration of websites from plaintext transmission to encrypted transmission through the ultra-high market share of its own browser. Nowadays, encryption protocols are ubiquitous. Initially, Google Chrome will add...

Chrome tab groups

Google develops new features for Chrome tab groups

In September last year, Google announced that the “tab groups” function developed over 19 months was officially launched, and this function immediately became one of Chrome’s most successful UI innovations. Now, Google is developing...

Firefox importing KeePass

Firefox will support Manifest V3 extension specification

Mozilla posted that Firefox will implement the Manifest V3 extension specification of Google Chrome to maintain compatibility and support cross-browser development. The Manifest V3 extension specification was proposed by Google to enhance the security,...

Chrome Memories

Chrome browser launches Memories feature

After the Chrome browser launched the Share Hub feature last week, this week it continued to launch a new feature called Memories to help users manage their network activities. Memories is a dedicated page...

PWA app local files

Google will allow PWA apps to handle local files

Recently, Microsoft and Google worked together to improve the UI of PWA (Progressive Web Apps) applications, making PWA applications no different from native applications. Now in order to make PWA applications closer to local...