Google Updates Chrome Browser for Linux
The Google Chrome developers announced a few days ago the immediate availability of another important update of their wonderful web browser, for Linux and Mac OS X platforms.
Among the major features brought by Google Chrome 126.96.36.199, we can mention that users can now drag tabs into new windows (restoring is also possible) and the fact that it uses the system font settings, such as antialiasing and hinting. Also, some ugly crashes were fixed and the tab focus experiment was reversed.
Some features of Google Chrome 188.8.131.52
- The ability to import bookmarks, saved passwords, browsing history and search engine from Mozilla Firefox;
- The ability to drag tabs off, into new windows. Restoring is also possible by dragging them again into the original Chrome window;
- The Google Chrome browser uses now the system font hinting and antialiasing setting;
- A password manager dialog was added and it can be accessed from Options -> Personal -> Show Saved Passwords;
- Fixed "long page scrolling" issues. No more lagging!