Google Chrome for Windows on Arm is now a thing, and you can test it

Google has made an important update to Chrome by introducing native Arm64 support for Windows. This move brings Chrome up to speed with its support for Arm on Linux and Mac, which has been available for years. The latest Chrome Canary build now allows users to install and test Arm64 architecture directly on Windows devices with Arm processors, eliminating the need for emulation.

Chrome 121 stable adds cool experimental AI features

Google released Chrome 121 for everyone running the stable version of the browser. It disables third-party cookies for 1% of users, improves Safe Browsing protection, adds a new sidebar button to the toolbar, introduces link handling for PWAs, and more. There is also a surprising set of AI-powered features, currently experimental.

Starting January 4, 2024 Google will start disabling cookies in the browser

Google has announced that starting on January 4, 2024 they will start disabling third-party cookies in the Chrome browser among approximately 1% of users. This trial will be conducted on a global scale and will involve a limited number of Chrome users. In the latter half of 2024, Google plans to completely stop using third-party cookies for all users.

Chrome 120 and Edge 120 are now available with general improvements

Two major software market players, Google and Microsoft, have updated their browsers. On December 6, Google introduced Chrome 120 stable, and today Microsoft Edge has reached the same version number. Both releases are a minor update without drastic changes, major additions, or anything like that. Here are the changes.

Google Chrome will get an AI-powered Compose (Help me write) feature for generating text

Google intends to introduce a new functionality called Compose, powered by artificial intelligence, to its Chrome browser. This feature will enable users to generate text whenever needed, and it will be accessible on Windows, Mac, and Linux platforms.

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