Chrome 57 Update Throttle Background Tabs To Reduce Power Consumption
Chrome is a freeware web browser developed and owned by Google. The first released of Google Chrome is only for Microsoft Windows in 2008. It was later ported to other operating systems such as in Linux, MacOS, iOS as well as in Android.
Chrome 57 Update Throttle Background Tabs
Users can now download Chrome 57 for Mac users. Other users can update their browser by selecting Chrome Preferences on the menu bar and click the About option. For those users who downloads Google Chrome for the first time will automatically get the updated version. Also, an update for the iOS version of the browser app has also been released with a new Read Later selection.
Google Chrome, The Most Popular Desktop Browser
Google Chrome has loads of advantages over the rival browsers. As reported by Net Applications, a market research firm, Google Chrome is the most popular browser around the world. At the last count conducted by the research team, Chrome’s global market share is at 58.53 percent in February, up slightly from the 57.94 percent in the previous month.
The number two desktop browser in the world, the Microsoft Internet Explorer, dropped about half a point to 19.17 percent. While Firefox goes downward to 11.68 percent and remains to be in the third spot, according to BGR. Releasing Chrome 57 might be a good move for Google to be on top and to help consumers to stay using their services.
Waze Now Allows You To Control Spotify Music Even On The Road
Tap the Waze icon located on the top of the device when Spotify is open to set up navigation without pausing the music. Waze navigation prompts will appear at the top of the Spotify interface.
Apple Rolled Out iOS 10.3 Beta For Public Testing; Check The Updates Here
Along with the iOS 10.3 beta 6, Apple also launched the sixth beta of MacOS 10.12.4 for MacBook users. The main addition to the MacOS 10.12.4 is the Night Shift mode, similar to the iPhones and iPads.
Microsoft Xbox One S Minecraft Bundle Now Available For $249 Only
You can pick up this great console and game bundle directly from the Microsoft Store and Microsoft retail partner stores such as Amazon, Target, GameStop, Best Buy and Walmart starting today through March 18, 2017.
HTC Will Build Another Flagship Phone, Even After Billion-Dollar Deal with Google
HTC is showing signs of revival with the announcement of $1.1 billion smartphone business deal with Google.
Google Replacing Defective Nexus 6Ps with Pixel XL for Free
Owners of defective Nexus 6P units in the US and Canada are now receiving Google Pixel XL as free replacement.
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