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Google Chrome 71 hammers down on non-compliant web owners and extension

05 December 2018 3

Google Chrome consistently brings forward new features and improvements to make the internet browsing experience better for users. The company recently brought an update to improve tab management on Chrome to improve browsing experience in addition to cracking on websites (stopped displaying ads) that were not considering user experience and implemented ads all around. The company is now taking even more steps to tackle with stubborn website owners and developers creating extensions that don’t go in line with the better user experience.


The latest Chrome 71 that rolled out for Windows, Mac and Linux systems would heavily hammer such noncompliant developers and web owners. Google will be pulling off ads completely from such websites with intrusive ads ruing web surfing experience and it’s Google’s way of saying that they had enough of it.

A similar case is with the extensions for Chrome which have been affected by security concerns especially considering how they have been hosting viruses and trojans. Likewise, another interesting update is that after Chrome 71, it would not be possible to install Chrome extensions outside of Chrome extensions store and would thus offer foolproof security just like that is available on Google Play Store.

Do you think Google is heading in the right direction to curb down such issues? Let us know in the comments section below.


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