As a Vivaldi user, every time I read that a web browser has been updated, I know little. In its latest snapshot, the browser of the former CEO of Opera can translate text selections without leaving the window, while Firefox is testing a translator that only translates into English. A few hours ago, google launched Chrome 93, and in the list of new features there is nothing comparable to the notes, the native split screen and, well, that seems little to me.
The most striking thing about Chrome 93 is that it is now compatible with the WebOTP API between devices, which, if you are connected to the same Google account, you can manage the one-time codes sent to the mobile device. Other novelties have been designed for developers, so being optimistic we can think that the good will come with the passage of time.
Chrome 93 highlights
- Cross-device WebOTP API support.
- New API Multi-Screen Window Placement, with which the management of several screens is facilitated and can be used for presentations where one screen could show a presentation while another would show notes, among other things.
- New window controls overlay option for installed desktop web applications, in which the client area covers the entire window, including the title bar and window control buttons, which the web application developer uses responsible for connecting.
- Removed support for 3DES from TLS.
- Property to highlight CSS colors
- Support for CSS script modules.
- More details this link.
Chrome 93 It is now available since official website. From there, Linux users can download DEB and RPM packages that will add the official repository to the Linux distribution. Arch Linux users have it available in AUR.