Latest Google Chrome released for Windows

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       #1341

    LEOPEVA64 said:
    Google will add a new entry in the bookmarks bar context menu that will allow you to hide the "Reading list" button.
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    The new entry will work the same as the item that allows you to show or hide the "Apps" button.
    Attachment 324437
    This is what it says in the patch or CL in Gerrit:


    Currently there is a flag that disables this feature, but you must remember that flags should not be used to customize the browser since they are temporary and eventually disappear, so it's good that Google is going to add this option that will be permanent.
    The new item in the bookmarks bar context menu is now available in Chrome Canary:
    Latest Google Chrome released for Windows-hide-rl-button.jpg
    But it seems that Google will move the "Reading list" button to the toolbar, so this new option might not be necessary in the future.
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    Last edited by Brink; 29 Mar 2021 at 16:19.
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       #1343

    stable version updated
    Version 89.0.4389.114 (Official Build) (64-bit)
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       #1344

    Warre1 said:
    stable version updated
    Version 89.0.4389.114 (Official Build) (64-bit)
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       #1345

    New Google Chrome Beta 90.0.4430.51 released. See first post for more details.
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       #1346

    LEOPEVA64 said:
    Currently the menu is small and only shows five tabs:


    In the future the height of the menu will dynamically adapt depending on the number of open tabs and the height of the window, this change is already available in the latest Canary build:

    (Open the GIF in a new tab to see it full).

    Update:
    Another improvement, Google has added timestamps to the menu items:
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    More changes to the "Tab Search" feature, the menu now includes a section with the recently closed tabs (Canary):
    Latest Google Chrome released for Windows-tab-search-menu-recently-closed-22.png
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    New Google Chrome Dev 91.0.4464.4/.5 released. See first post for more details.
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       #1348

    In Chrome Canary the Tab groups now appear as single entries in the "Recently closed" drop-down menu, so now you can easily reopen them.

    Currently, when you close a group, each tab appears as a single entry:
    Latest Google Chrome released for Windows-recently-closed-bef-crop-edited.png

    Now in Canary, when you close the groups, each one of them appears as a single entry:
    Latest Google Chrome released for Windows-recently-closed-now-crop.png

    Reopen group (GIF).

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       #1349

    New Google Chrome Beta 90.0.4430.61 released. See first post for more details.
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    New Google Chrome Dev 91.0.4469.3/.4 released. See first post for more details.
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