MADRID, Aug 3 (Portaltic/EP) –
Google has released its latest update for Chrome 104, which integrates new features such as a tool to select and split part of the screen content and a redesign of its user interface.
The company released this news on your blog for developers, where he showed examples of the new tools this release brings to his Chromebooks.
In the first place, it introduced a Chrome functionality that allows you to select and delimit a specific part of the screen when record or share Content in a video conference.
So thanks to this option will be called area coverage (‘Capture by Regions’) users can skip other parts of the screen that contain confidential information at presentations.
The company also introduced what it calls the “Productivity Launcher,” a button found on the Windows Start menu. Clicking this will open a window that has a Google search bar at the top and an assistant shortcut.
Another new user interface feature that Chrome 104 introduces is the availability of light and dark themes for all Chromebooks, as well as a new taskbar that shows the clock, Wi-Fi, and battery status.
It is worth remembering that in this version of Chrome, Google introduced the so-called privacy sandbox, a Google initiative to better protect user privacy.
The company wants to develop solutions to prevent tracking on websites and gradually eliminate it Support for third party “cookies”.
Also, as you remember how to make geek Google is testing LazyEmbeds, a system that automatically loads some of the content embedded in a website without prompting.