In brief: Google's Chrome browser has become a force to be reckoned with as of late.
Chrome now also packs a new UI, which ensures the browser can more accurately fill in passwords, addresses, and credit card numbers - so that "you can breeze through online checkout forms".
Google has improved the Omnibox to make it even more easier to use. The light grey background is gone, giving way to a white palette, inspired by the new Material Theme. The address bar itself is fundamentally changing, with some results now being displayed within the result preview inside the bar, so if you're searching for something like a sports score you're likely to see the answers straight away without having to load a web page.
It's for this reason that a number of Chrome developers want to come up with something new. Chrome has undergone slight UI modifications in the past, but this was the browser's first major UI redesign since its launch, a decade ago. Support for Google's Chrome AutoFill is also improved. The major update is in line with Google's Material Design approach, which gives the browser a modern touch. Google has also simplified prompts, menus and URLs in the address bar. "Already, we're working on integrating augmented reality (AR) into Chrome to bring information that you interact with across the web and put directly into your physical environment", shared Rahul Roy-Chowdhury, VP, Chrome and Chrome OS. Now, more than 1bn people use the browser.
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The new Chrome will allow more customisations like enabling shortcut creation and management from the new tab page. There's also the New Tab page that can be customised to your fancy and Chrome 69 for desktop also enables PiP mode by default.
These passwords are also synchronized to your Google account so that they are available on other devices that you use Chrome.
The issue was responsibly disclosed to Google's Chromium project (which develops the code for Chrome and other browsers) on March 2nd 2018. Google's also doubling down on security with an upgraded password manager that'll now automatically generate passwords for you so you don't use the same password for all your accounts. These passwords are unique for every different site to ensure more security.
Apart from these apparent changes, on the backend, the new Chrome comes with improved startup time, latency, usage of memory, and usability. Here are the most important new features.